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NORTH CAROLINA 

REGISTER 



VOLUME 11 ♦ ISSUE 27 • Pages 2049 - 2112 

May 1, 1997 



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PUBLISHED BY 

The Office of Administrative Hearings 
Rules Division 
PO Drawer 27447 
Raleigh, NC 2 7611- 7447 
Telephone (919) 733-2678 
Fax (919) 733-3462 



IN THIS ISSUE 

N1^l>ES Permits 

N C. Home Inspector Licensure Board 

Tax Review Board 

Votit^ Rights Letter ^ - 



Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 
HaiSaH Resources ,.s^^;*^v 

Rtib& Review Commission . 
Contested Case Decisions ^ ^„ ^ ' ^ -. ^^ 






This publication is printed on permanent, acid-free paper in compliance with G.S. 125-11. 13 



NORTH CAROLINA 
REGISTER 



IN THIS ISSUE 




Volume 11, Issue 27 
Pages 2049 - 2112 



May 1, 1997 



I. IN ADDITION 

Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

NPDES Permits 2051 

Insurance 

N.C. Home Inspector Licensure Board 2049 

Revenue 

Tax Review Board 2052 

Voting Rights Letter 2050 



U. RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS 

Agriculture 

Veterinary Division 



2053 



m. PROPOSED RULES 

Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Coastal Resources Commission 2058 - 2072 

Human Resources 
Child Day Care Commission 2054 - 2058 



This issue contains documents officially filed 
through April 10, 1997. 



Office of Administrative Hearings 

Rules Division 

424 North Blount Street (27601) 

PC Drawer 27447 

Raleigh, NC 2761 1-7447 

(919) 733-2678 

FAX (919) 733-3462 



Julian Maim III, Director 

James R. Scarcella Sr., Deputy Director 

Molly Masich, Director of APA Services 

Ruby Creech, Publications Coordinator 

Jean Shirley, Editorial Assistant 
Linda Richardson, Editorial Assistant 



IV. TEMPORARY RULES 

Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Environmental Management Commission 2073 - 2076 

V. RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 2077 - 2080 

VI. CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 

Index to AU Decisions 2081 - 2096 

Text of Selected Decisions 

96 EHR 1 126 2097 - 2098 

96 OSP 0605 2099 - 2107 

96 OSP 1014 2108 - 21 1 1 

Vn. CUMULATIVE INDEX 1 49 



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This Section contains public notices that are required to be published in the Register or have been approved by the 
Codifier of Rules for publication. 



TITLE 11 - DEPARTMENT OF 
INSURANCE 

CHAPTER 8 - ENGINEERING AND BUILDING 
CODES DIVISION 

N.C. Home Inspector Licensure Board Rules 

"The North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board wishes to acknowledge the participation of the American Society 
of Home Inspectors for their help in the development of rules 1 1 NCAC 8 . 1000, . 1 100, and . 1200, published in the April 
1, 1997, issue of the North Carolina Register." 



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U.S. Depanment of Justice 
Civil Rights Division 



IKP:GS;RJD:emr 
DJ 166-012-3 
97-0338 



Voting Section 

P.O. Box 66128 

Washington. D.C. 20035-6128 



March 26, 1997 



George A. Weaver, Esq. 

County Attorney 

113 East Nash Street 

Suite 404 

Wilson, North Carolina 27893 

Dear Mr. Weaver: 

This refers to the relocation of the Board of Elections for Wilson County, North Carolina, submitted to the Attorney 
General pursuant to Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, 42 U.S.C. 1973c. We received your submission on January 31, 1997. 

The Attorney General does not interpose any objection to the specified change. However, we note that Section 5 
expressly provides that the failure of the Attorney General to object does not bar subsequent litigation to enjoin the enforcement 
of the change. See the Procedures for the Administration of Section 5 (28 C.F.R. 51.41). 



Sincerely, 

Isabelle Katz Pinzler 

Acting Assistant Attome\' General 

Civil Rights Division 



By: 



Elizabeth Johnson 
Chief, Voting Section 



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IN ADDITION 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT COMMISSION 

POST OFFICE BOX 29535 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 27626-0535 



PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE STATE GENERAL NPDES PERMITS 



Public notice of intent to issue State National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) General Permits for Point 
Source Discharges of Wastewater associated with: 

NPDES No. NCG500000 governing the discharge of non-contact cooling water, boiler blowdown, cooling tower blowdown, 

condensate and similar wastewaters. 

NPDES No. NCG520000 governing the discharge of Sand Dredging wastewater and similar wastewaters. 

NPDES No. NCG530000 governing the discharge from fish farms, seafood packing and rinsing and similar wastewaters. 

NPDES No. NCGSSOOOO governing the discharge of domestic wastewaters from single family residences and other discharges 

with similar characteristics. 

On the basis of preliminary staff review and application of Article 21 of Chapter 143 of the General Statutes of North 
Carolina, Public Law 92-500 and other lawful standards and regulations, the North Carolina Environmental Management 
Commission proposes to modify the State NPDES General Permits for the discharge as described above. 

INFORMATION: Copies of the draft NPDES General Permits and Fact Sheets concerning the draft Permits are 
available by writing or calling: 

Charles H. Weaver, Jr. 

NC DEHNR / Division of Water Quality 

NPDES Group 

P.O. Box 29535 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27626-0535 

Telephone (919) 733-5083, ext. 511 

Persons wishing to comment upon or object to the proposed determinations are invited to submit their comments in 
writing to the above address no later than May 31. 1997. All comments received prior to that date will be considered in the 
final determination regarding permit issuance. A public meeting may be held where the Director of the Division of Water 
Quality finds a significant degree of public interest in any proposed permit issuance. 

The draft Permits, Fact Sheets and other information are on file at the Division of Water Quality, 512 N. Salisbury 
Street, Room 925, Archdale Building, Raleigh, North Carolina. They may be inspected during normal office hours. Copies 
of the information on file are available upon request and payment of the costs of reproduction. All such comments and requests 
regarding these matters should make reference to the appropriate draft Permit Number. 



Date: April 9. 1997 



/s/ David A. Goodrich 

for/A. Preston Howard, Jr., P.E. 

Division of Water Quality 



Director 



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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 
COUNTY OF WAKE 



BEFORE THE 
TAX REVIEW BOARD 



IN THE MATTER OF: 

The Proposed Assessment of 

additional income tax for 

the taxable year of 1992 by the 

by the Secretary of Revenue 

aeainst Edward R. and Loretta K. Grume 



ADMINISTRATIVE 
DECISION NUMBER: 



330 



THIS MATTER was heard before the Tax Review Board (hereinafter "Board") on January 29, 1997, in the City of 
Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina, in the office of the State Treasurer. It involved the petition by Edward R. and Loretta 
K. Crume (hereinafter "Taxpayers") from the Final Decision of Michael A. Hannah, Assistant Secretary for Legal and 
Administrative Services for the Department of Revenue (hereinafter "Assistant Secretary") entered on July 17, 1996, sustaining 
a proposed assessment of additional income tax for the taxable year of 1992. 

Chairman Harlan E. Boyles presided over the hearing with duly appointed member, Noel L. Allen, attorney at Law. 

The Taxpayers appeared at the hearing pro se: George W. Boylan, Special Deputy Attorney General, appeared on 
behalf of the Department of Revenue. 

The Tax Review Board, as a quasi-judicial body, provides administrative review to Taxpayers from the Secretary of 
Revenue's decisions sustaining the assessment of ta.x or additional tax pursuant to the North Carolina Revenue Laws. The 
scope of administrative review for petitions filed with the Board is governed by G.S. §105-241. 2(b2). G.S.§ 105-241. 2(b2) 
states in pertinent part: 

(b2). ... after conducting a hearing under this section, the Board shall 
confirm, modify, reverse, reduce or increase the assessment or decision 
of the Secretary. 

THE BOARD HAVING REVIEWED THE PETITION, THE FINAL DECISION AND RECORD MADE IN THE 
PROCEEDING; AND HAVING CAREFULLY CONSIDERED THE MATTERS OF RECORD AND THE ARGUMENTS 
PRESENTED RENDERED THE FOLLOWING DECISION: that the findings of fact made by the Assistant Secretary were 
fully supported by competent evidence in the record, that the conclusions of law made by the Assistant Secretary were fully 
supported by the findings of fact, and that the decision by the Assistant Secretary was fully supported by the conclusions of 
law; 

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the Final Decision of the Assistant Secretary entered on July 17, 1996, regarding 
this matter is CONFIRMED in every respect. 



Entered this the 27th day of March, 1997. 

TAX REVIEW BOARD 

/s/Harlan E. Boyles. Chairman 
State Treasurer 

/s/Noel L. Allen, member 

Note: At the time of this hearing, the new Chairman of the Utilities Commission had been named, but the effective 
date of the appointment would not commence until February 1 , 1997. The new Chairman of the Utilities Commission would 
not be an ex officio member of the Board until February 1, 1997. Therefore, the members who participated in the hearing 
proceeded with the deliberation of this matter and rendered a decision. 



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RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS 



A Notice of Rule-making Proceedings is a statement of subject matter of the agency's proposed rule making. The agency 
must publish a notice of the subject matter for public comment at least 60 days prior to publishing the proposed text of 
a rule. Publication of a temporary rule serves as a Notice of Rule-making Proceedings and can be found in the Register 
under the section heading of Temporary Rules. A Rule-making Agenda published by an agency serx'es as Rule-making 
Proceedings arui can be found in the Register under the section heading of Rule-making Agendas. Statutory reference: 
G.S. 150B-21.2. 



TITLE 2 - DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

CHAPTER 52 - VETERINARY DIVISION 

SUBCHAPTER 52A - RULES AND REGULATIONS ADOPTED BY REFERENCE 

SUBCHAPTER 52D - MEAT AND POULTRY EMSPECTION 

'KJotice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the North Carolina Board of Agriculture in accordance with G.S. 
1 V 1508-21. 2. The agency shall subsequently publish in the Register the text of the rule(s) it proposes to adopt as a result 
of this notice of rule-making proceedings and any comments received on this notice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 2 NCAC 52A .0004 - .0009 and 52D .0001 - Other ndes may be 
proposed in the course of the rule-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 106-540; 106-549.21; 106-549.22; 106-549.28; 150B-14 

Statement of the Subject Matter: These rules incorporate by reference federal standards for inspection and labeling of meat 
products. The State is required by federal law to maintain program standards equal to federal standards in order to permit 
the sale of State-inspected meat products. 

Reason for Proposed Action: To update incorporations by reference to include current federal standards and to include 
subsequent amendments and editions. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments may be submitted no later than June 30, 1997, to David S. McLeod, Secretary, 
Board of Agriculture, P.O. Box 27647, Raleigh, NC 27611. 



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This Section contains the text of proposed rules. At least 60 days prior to the publication of text, the agency published 
a Notice of Rule-making Proceedings. The agency must accept comments on the proposed rule for at least 30 days 
from the publication date, or until the public hearing, or a later date if specified in the notice by the agency. The 
required comment period is 60 days for a rule that has a substantial economic impact of at least five million 
dollars ($5.000.000). Statuton,- reference: G.S. 150B-21.2. 



TITLE 10 - DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN 
RESOURCES 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 
150B-21.2 that the NC Child Day Care Commission 
intends to amend rules cited as 10 NCAC 3U .0705 and 
.1717. Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was published in 
the Register on October 15, 1996. 

Proposed Effective Date: July 1. 1998 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 1:00 p.m. on 
September 11, 1997 at the Division of Child Development, 
319 Chapanoke Road. Suite 120, Room 300, Raleigh, NC 
27603. 

Reason for Proposed Action: Amendment is needed to allow 
other organizations approved by the Division of Child 
Development to conduct CPR training for child day care 
providers. 

Comment Procedures: Comments may be presented in 
writing or at the public hearing or orally at the hearing. 
Time limits for oral remarks may be imposed by the 
Commission Chairman. Any person may request copies of 
these Rules by calling Nancy Guy, Division of Child 
Dex'elopment, 319 Cfiapanoke Road, Suite 120, Raleigh, NC 
27603, (919) 662-4543. 

Fiscal Note: These Rules do not affect the expenditures or 
re\enues of state or local government funds. These Rules do 
not have a substantial economic impact of at least five 
million dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

CHAPTER 3 - FACILITY SERVICES 

SUBCHAPTER 3U - CHILD DAY CARE 
STANDARDS 

SECTION .0700 - HEALTH AND OTHER 
STANDARDS FOR CENTER STAFF 

.0705 SPECIAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS 

(a) At least one staff member shall be knowledgeable of 
and able to recognize common contagious and infectious 
diseases. 

(b) Staff who have completed a course in basic first aid in 
the last three years shall be present at the facility at all times 
children are present. The number of staff required to 
complete the course shall be based on the number of children 



present in the facility as shown in the following chart: 
Number of children present Number of staff required 

1-29 1 staff 

30-79 2 staff 

80 and above 3 staff 

Verification of each required staff person's completion of this 
course shall be maintained in the person's individual 
personnel file in the facility. The basic first aid course at a 
minimum shall address principles for responding to 
emergencies, rescue breathing, and techniques for handling 
common childhood injuries, accidents and illnesses such as: 
choking, bums, fractures, bites and stings, wounds, scrapes, 
bruises, cuts and lacerations, poisoning, seizures, bleeding, 
allergic reactions, eye and nose injuries and sudden changes 
in body temperature. 

(c) A first aid information sheet shall be posted in a 
prominent place for quick referral. Copies of this form may 
be requested from the Medical Society of the State of North 
Carolina, P.O. Box 27167, Raleigh, North Carolina, 2761 1 . 

(d) Eiach day care facility shall have at least one person on 
the premises at all times who has successfully completed a 
cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) course provided by 
either the American Heart Association or the American Red 
Cross or other organizations approved by the Division within 
the last 12 months. Other organizations will be approved if 
the Division determines that the courses offered are 
substantially equivalent to those offered by the American Red 
Cross. Successfully completed is defined as demonstrating 
competency, as evaluated by the instructor, in performing 
CPR. The course shall provide training in CPR appropriate 
for the ages of children in care. Documentation of successful 
completion of the course from the American Heart 
Association or the American Red Cross shall be on file in the 
facility. 

(e) There shall be at least two staff, including the 
administrator, who have completed at least four clock hours 
of training in safety. At a minimum, this training shall 
address playground safety hazards, playground supervision, 
maintenance and general upkeep of the outdoor area, and age 
and developmentally appropriate playground equipment. 
Each day care facility shall have until January 1, 1997 for the 
required number of staff people to obtain this training. 
Administrators hired after July 1, 1996 shall have six months 
from the date of employment to obtain the training. 

Authority G.S. 1 10-91(1), (8); 143B-168.3. 

SECTION .1700 - DAY CARE HOME 
STANDARDS 



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) 



.1717 HEALTH, SAFETY AND SANITATION 
REQUIREMENTS 

(a) Each day care home shall comply with the following 
standards in order to maintain a safe, healthy and sanitary 
environment for children: 

(1) To assure a healthy environment, the operator 
shall: 

(A) have on file, for each child who attends on 
a regular basis, a health and emergency 
information form completed and signed by 
the child's parents or guardian. The 
completed form shall be on file on the first 
day the child attends. A recommended form 
is available from the section. However, the 
operator may use another form provided 
that form includes the following 
information: 

(i) the child's name, address, and date of 

birth; 
(ii) the names of individuals to whom the 

child may be released; 
(iii) the general status of the child's 

health; 
(iv) any allergies or restrictions on the 

child's participation in activities with 

specific instructions from the child's 

parent or physician; 
(v) the names and phone numbers of 

persons to be contacted in an 

emergency situation; 
(vi) the name and phone number of the 

child's physician and preferred 

hospital; 
(vii) authorization for the operator to 

administer specified medication 

according to the parent's instructions, 

if the parent so desires; 
(viii) notarized authorization for the 

operator to seek emergency medical 

care in the parent's absence. 

(B) serve nutritious meals and snacks 
appropriate in amount and type of foods 
served for the ages of the children in care. 

(C) provide frequent opportunities for outdoor 
play or fresh air. 

(D) provide adequate and individual space for 
each child to rest comfortably. 

(E) be able to recognize symptoms of childhood 
illnesses. 

(F) provide a quiet, separate area which can be 
easily supervised for children too sick to 
remain with other children. Parents shall be 
notified immediately if their child becomes 
too sick to remain in care. 

(G) visually supervise all children who are 
awake and be able to hear and respond 
quickly to those children who are sleeping 



(2) 



(3) 



or napping. 

(H) have completed a basic first aid course 

within the last three years. The course, at a 

minimum, shall address principles for 

responding to emergencies, techniques for 

rescue breathing, and techniques for 

handling common childhood injuries, 

accidents and illnesses such as: choking, 

bums, fractures, bites and stings, wounds, 

scrapes, bruises, cuts and lacerations, 

poisoning, seizures, bleeding, allergic 

reactions, eye and nose injuries and sudden 

changes in body temperature. 

(I) have successfully completed a course by the 

American Heart Association or the 

American Red Cross or other organizations 

approved by the Division. in 

cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) 

appropriate for the ages of children in care 

prior to registration and annually thereafter. 

Other organizations will be approved if the 

Division determines that the courses offered 

are substantially equivalent to those offered 

by the American Red Cross. Successfully 

completed is defined as demonstrating 

competency, as evaluated by the instructor, 

in performing CPR. Documentation of 

successful completion of the course from the 

American Heart Association or the 

American Red Cross shall be on file in the 

home. 

To assure each child's health and well-being, no 

child shall be subjected to any form of corporal 

punishment by the day care home operator, 

substitute caregiver, or any other person in the 

home, whether or not these persons reside in the 

home. 

(A) No child shall be handled roughly in any 
way, including shaking, pushing, shoving, 
pinching, slapping, biting, kicking, or 
spanking. 

(B) No child shall ever be placed in a locked 
room, closet, or box. 

(C) No discipline shall ever be delegated to 
another child. 

(D) Discipline shall in no way be related to 
food, rest or toileting. 

(i) No food shall be withheld, or given, 

as a means of discipline, 
(ii) No child shall ever be disciplined for 

lapses in toilet training, 
(iii) No child shall ever be disciplined for 
not sleeping during rest period. 
To assure a safe environment, the home operator 
shall: 

(A) keep all areas used by the children, indoors 
and outdoors, reasonably clean and orderly 



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and free of items which are potentially 
hazardous to children. This includes the 
removal of small items that a child can 
swallow. In addition, loose nails or screws 
and splinters shall be removed on inside and 
outside equipment. 

(B) safely store equipment and supplies such as 
lawnmowers, power tools, or nails so they 
are inaccessible to children. 

(C) ensure that all stationary outdoor equipment 
is firmly anchored and is not installed over 
concrete or asphalt. Footings which anchor 
the equipment shall not be exposed. 

(D) securely moimt electric fans out of the reach 
of children or have a mesh guard on each 
fan. 

(E) cover all electrical outlets not in use and 
remove old, cracked or frayed cords in 
occupied outlets. 

(F) separate firearms and ammunition and store 
both in areas inaccessible to children. 

(G) keep items used for starting fires, such as 
matches and lighters, out of the children's 
reach. 

(H) keep all medicines in locked storage. 
(I) keep hazardous cleaning supplies and other 
items that might be poisonous out of reach 
or in locked storage when preschool-aged 
children are in care, e.g., to.xic plants. 
(J) keep first-aid supplies in a place easily 
accessible to the operator. 

(K) keep the equipment and toys in good repair 
and appropriate for the ages of children in 
care. 

(L) have a working telephone within close 
proximity of the day care home. 
Emergency phone numbers shall be readily 
available. 

(M) have access to a means of transportation that 
is always available for emergency 
situations. 

(N) have solid, safe and railed stairs and steps if 
these are used by the children. Indoor stairs 
with more than two steps shall be guarded if 
any children in care are two years of age or 
younger. 

(O) maintain any swimming pools or wading 
pools on the premises in a marmer which 
will safeguard the lives and health of the 
children. All swimming pools used by day 
care children shall meet the "Rules 
Governing Public Swimming Pools," in 
accordance with 15 A NCAC 18A .2500 
which are hereby incorporated by reference 
including subsequent amendments. A copy 
of these Rules is on file at the Division of 
Child Development, 319 Chapanoke Road, 
Raleigh. NC 27626, or mav be obtained at 



no cost by writing the North Carolina 
Department of Environment, Health, and 
Natural Resources, Division of 
Environmental Health, PO Box 27687, 
Raleigh, NC 27611-7687. 

(P) enclose any in-ground swimming pools by 
a fence approximately four feet high to 
prevent chance access by children. The 
swimming pool shall be separate from the 
play area. Access to the water in above 
ground swimming pools shall be prevented 
by locking and securing the ladder in place 
or storing the ladder in a place inaccessible 
to the children. 

(Q) complete a form which explains the 
operator's procedures in emergency 
situations. The form shall be supplied by 
the section. 

(R) practice and maintain records of monthly 
fire drills giving the date each drill is held, 
the time of day, and the length of time taken 
to evacuate the home. 

(S) make all necessary efforts to provide a safe 
indoor and outdoor environment for the 
children in care. Animals that are 
potentially dangerous to children, such as 
pit bulldogs and rottweilers or other animals 
determined by the Section to be dangerous, 
are not permitted on the premises of a day 
care home. 

(T) complete an incident report each time a 
child receives medical treatment by a 
physician, nurse, physician's assistant, 
nurse practitioner, community clinic, or 
local health department, as a result of an 
incident occurring while the child is in the 
day care home. This report shall include, at 
a minimum: child's name, date and time of 
incident, part of body injured, type of 
injury, location where incident occurred, 
equipment involved in injur,' (if any), 
names of adult witnesses to incident, 
description of how incident occurred, steps 
taken to prevent reoccurrence, and treatment 
received. This repon shall be signed by the 
operator and the parent and maintained in 
the child's file. A copy shall be mailed to 
the Division within seven calendar days 
after the incident occurs. 

(U) complete an incident log any time an 
incident report is completed. This log shall 
be cumulative and maintained in a separate 
file and shall be available for review by a 
representative of the Division. This log 
shall be completed on a form supplied by 
the Division. 

(V) complete a monthly check for hazards on 
the outdoor play area. The form shall be 



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maintained in the day care home for review 
by a representative of the Division. The 
form shall be supplied by the Division. 

(4) To assure the safety of children whenever they are 
transported, the operator, or any other 
transportation provider, shall: 

(A) have written permission from a parent or 
guardian to transport his or her child and 
notify the parent when and where the child 
is to be transported. 

(B) comply with all applicable state and federal 
laws and regulations concerning the 
transportation of passengers. All children 
regardless of age or location in the vehicle 
shall be restrained by individual seat belts 
or child restraint devices. 

(C) have a valid driver's license issued by the 
Division of Motor Vehicles, not including 
a limited permit. 

(D) assure that each child is seated in a 
manufacturer's designated area. 

(E) never leave children in a vehicle unattended 
by an adult. 

(F) have emergency and identification 
information about each child in the vehicle 
whenever children are being transported. 

(5) To assure a sanitary environment, the operator 
shall: 

(A) collect and submit samples of water from 
each well used for the children's water 
supply for bacteriological analysis to the 
local health department or a laboratory 
certified to analyze drinking water for 
public water supplies by the North Carolina 
Division of Laboratory Services prior to 
registration and before each renewal. 
Results of the analysis shall be on file in the 
home. 

(B) have sanitary toilet, diaper changing and 
handwashing facilities. 

(C) place soiled diapers in a covered, leak-proof 
container which is emptied and cleaned 
daily. 

(D) wash his or her hands before handling food 
and feeding the children. 

(E) wash his or her hands before, as well as 
after, diapering each child. 

(F) use sanitary procedures when preparing and 
serving food. 

(G) refrigerate all perishable food and 
beverages. The refrigerator shall be in good 
repair and maintain a temperature of 45 
degrees Fahrenheit or below. A refrigerator 
thermometer is required to monitor the 
temperature. 

(H) label all bottles for each individual child, 
except when there is only one bottle-fed 



child in care. 
(I) serve only pasteurized milk and milk 

products. 
(J) have a house that is free of rodents. 
(K) screen all windows and doors used for 

ventilation. 
(L) have all household pets vaccinated with 
up-to-date vaccinations as required by North 
Carolina law and local ordinances. Rabies 
vaccinations are required for cats and dogs. 
(M) store garbage in waterproof containers with 

tight fitting covers. 
(N) provide individual linens for rest time for 
each child in care for more than four hours. 
The linens shall be changed weekly or 
whenever they become soiled or wet. 
(b) The operator shall assure that the structure in which 
the day care home is located complies with the following 
requirements: 

(1) Comply with Section 509.2 of the North Carolina 
Building Code or have written approval for use as 
a day care home by the local building inspector as 
follows: 

(A) Meet Volume I-B Uniform Residential 
Building Code or be a manufactured home 
bearing a third party inspection label 
certifying compliance with the Federal 
Manufactured Home Construction and 
Safety Standards or certifying compliance 
with construction standards adopted and 
enforced by the State of North Carolina. 
Homes shall be installed in accordance with 
North Carolina Manufactured/Mobile Home 
Regulations published by the NC 
Department of Insurance. 

Exception: Single wide manufactured 
homes will be limited to a maximum of 
three preschool -aged children (not more 
than two may be two years of age or 
less) and two school-aged children. 

(B) All children shall be kept on the ground 
level with an exit at grade. 

(C) All homes shall be equipped with an 
electrically operated (with a battery backup) 
smoke detector, or one electrically operated 
and one battery operated smoke detector 
located next to each other. 

(D) All homes shall be provided with at least 
one five lb. 2-A:10-B:C type extinguisher 
readily accessible for every 2,500 square 
feet of floor area. 

(E) Fuel burning space heaters, fireplaces and 
floor furnaces which are listed and approved 
for that installation and are provided with a 
protective screen attached securely to 
substantial supports will be allowed. 
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portable electric space heaters of all types 
are prohibited. 

(2) Assure that all indoor areas used by children are 
adequately heated in cool weather and ventilated in 
warm weather. 

(3) Cover or insulate hot pipes or radiators which are 
accessible to the children. 

Authorin G.S. 110-88(3): 110-101: 143B-I68.3. 



TITLE 15A - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONME^a', 
HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 
150B-21.2 that the EHNR - Coastal Resources 
Commission intends to amend rules cited as 15A NCAC 7H 
.0106, .0201 - .0202. .0204 - .0206. .0208 and adopt 7M 
.1201 - .1202. Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was 
published in the Register on January 2, 1997 and February 
14, 1997. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1. 1998 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 4:00 p.m. on May 
29, 1997 at the Radisson Prince Charles, 450 Hay Street, 
Fayetteville, NC. 

Reason for Proposed Action: 

15A NCAC 7H .0106, .0208; 7M .1201 - .1202 - The 

Coastal Resources Commission currently has no specific use 
standards for mining hard minerals in ocean waters. 
Offshore mining for phosphates and sand and gravel is a 
distinct possibility in the future. The general use standards 
for public trust AECs are not adequate to review a 
development proposal for offshore mining. The Mining Act 
does not cover areas less than an acre, nor does the Division 
of Land Resources permit mining activities that are non- 
commercial. 

15A NCAC 7H .0201 - .0202, .0204 - .0206 - The NC 
Ocean Resources Task Force recommended that the Estuarine 
System Area of En\ironmental Concern (AEC) be amended to 
'Estuarine and Ocean "system to clarify that the waters of the 
Atlantic Ocean within the state 's jurisdiction are located 
within this AEC category. The current title of the AEC 
category is conflising since many people do not realize that 
ocean waters are included in t^vo estuarine system 
subcategories: estuarine waters and public trust areas. This 
change will not affect how the ndes are applied. The 
amendment will be made consistent throughout Subchapter 
7H .0200. 

Comment Procedures: All persons interested in this matter 
are invited to attend the public hearing. The Coastal 
Resources Commission will receive mailed written comments 
postmarked no later than June 2. 1997. Any person desiring 
to make lengthy comments is requested to submit a written 



statement for inclusion in the record of proceedings at the 
public hearing. Additional information concerning the 
hearing or proposal may be obtained by contacting Kim 
Crawford, EHNR Div. Of Coastal Management. PO Box 
27687. Raleigh. NC 27611-7687. 919/733-2293. 

Fiscal Note: These Rules do not affect the e.xpenditures or 
revenues of state or local government fiiruis . These Rules do 
not have a substantial economic impact of at least five 
million dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

CHAPTER 7 - COASTAL MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 7H - STATE GUIDELINES 

FOR AREAS OF ENVIRONMENTAL 

CONCERN 

SECTION .0100 - INTRODUCTION AND 
GENERAL COMMENTS 

.0106 GENERAL DEFINITIONS 

The following definitions apply whenever these terms are 
used in this Subchapter: 

(1) "Normal High Water" is the ordinary extent of 
high tide based on site conditions such as presence 
and location of vegetation, which has its 
distribution influenced by tidal action, and the 
location of the apparent high tide line. 

(2) "Normal Water Level" is the level of water bodies 
with less than six inches of lunar tide during 
periods of little or no wind. It can be determined 
by the presence of such physical and biological 
indicators as erosion escarpments, trash lines, 
water lines, marsh grasses and barnacles. 

(3) Unless specifically limited, the term "structures" 
includes, but is not limited to, buildings, bridges, 
roads, piers, wharves and docks (supported on 
piles), bulkheads, breakwaters, jetties, mooring 
pilings and buoys, pile clusters (dolphins), 
navigational aids and elevated boat ramps. 

(4) "Mining" is defined as: 

(a) The breaking of the surface soil in order to 
facilitate or accomplish the extraction or 
removal of mineral, ores, or other solid 
matter. 

(b) Any activity or process constituting all or 
part of a process for the extraction or 
removal of minerals, ores, soils, and other 
solid matter from their original location. 

(c) The preparation, washing, cleaning, or 
other treatment of minerals, ores, or other 
solid matter so as to make them suitable for 
commercial, industrial, or construction use. 

This definition applies regardless of whether the 
mining activity is for a commercial or non- 
commercial purpose, and regardless of the size of 
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Authority G.S. 113A-102; 113A-107. 

SECTION .0200 - THE ESTUARINE 
AND OCEAN SYSTEM 

.0201 ESTUARINE AND OCEAN 
SYSTEM CATEGORIES 

The first AECs discussed collectively are those water and 
land areas of the coast that contribute enormous economic, 
social, and biological values to North Carolina as 
components of the estuarine system. Included within the 
estuarine and ocean system are the following AEC categories: 
estuarine waters, coastal wetlands, public trust areas, and 
estuarine shorelines. Each of the AECs is either 
geographically within the estuary or, because of its location 
and nature, may significantly affect the estuary. 

Authority G.S. 113A-113(b)(l); 1 13A-1 13(b)(2); 
113A-1 13(b)(5); 113A-113(b)(6)b; 113A-124. 

.0202 SIGNinCANCE OF THE SYSTEMS 
APPROACH IN ESTUARIES 

The management program must embrace all characteristics, 
processes, and features of the whole system and not 
characterize individually any one component of an estuary. 
The AECs are interdependent and ultimately require 
management as a unit. Any alteration, however slight, in a 
given component of the estuarine and ocean system may 
result in unforeseen consequences in what may appear as 
totally unrelated areas of the estuary. For example, 
destruction of wetlands may have harmful effects on estuarine 
waters which are also areas within the public trust. As a 
unified system, changes in one AEC category may affect the 
function and use within another category. 

Authority G.S. 113A-107(a); 113A-I07(b); 113A-124. 

.0204 AECs WITHIN THE ESTUARINE AND 
OCEAN SYSTEM 

The following regulations in this Section define each AEC 
within the estuarine and ocean system, describe its 
significance, articulate the policies regarding development, 
and state the standards for development within each AEC. 

Authority G.S. 113A-107(a); 113A-107(b); 113A-124. 

.0205 COASTAL WETLANDS 

(a) Description. Coastal wetlands are defined as any salt 
marsh or other marsh subject to regular or occasional 
flooding by tides, including wind tides (whether or not the 
tide waters reach the marshland areas through natural or 
artificial watercourses), provided this shall not include 
hurricane or tropical storm tides. Coastal wetlands contain 
some, but not necessarily all, of the following marsh plant 
species: 

(1) Cord Grass (Spartina altemiflora), 

(2) Black Needlerush (Juncus roemerianus). 



(3) Glasswort (Salicomia spp.), 

(4) Salt Grass (Distichlis spicata), 

(5) Sea Lavender (Limonium spp.), 

(6) Bulrush (Scirpus spp.), 

(7) Saw Grass (Cladiumjamaicense), 

(8) Cat-tail (Typha spp.), 

(9) Salt Meadow Grass (Spartina patens), 
(10) Salt Reed Grass (Spartina cynosuroides). 

Included in this definition of coastal wetlands is "such 
contiguous land as the Secretary of EHNR reasonably deems 
necessary to affect by any such order in carrying out the 
purposes of this Section. " [G.S. 113-230(a)]. 

(b) Significance. The unique productivity of the estuarine 
and ocean system is supported by detritus (decayed plant 
material) and nutrients that are exported from the coastal 
marshlands. The amount of exportation and degree of 
importance appears to be variable from marsh to marsh, 
depending primarily upon its frequency of inundation and 
inherent characteristics of the various plant species. Without 
the marsh, the high productivity levels and complex food 
chains typically found in the estuaries could not be 
maintained. 

Man harvests various aspects of this productivity when he 
fishes, hunts, and gathers shellfish from the estuary. 
Estuarine dependent species of fish and shellfish such as 
menhaden, shrimp, flounder, oysters, and crabs currently 
make up over 90 percent of the total value of North 
Carolina's commercial catch. The marshlands, therefore, 
support an enormous amount of commercial and recreational 
businesses along the seacoast. 

The roots, rhizomes, stems, and seeds of coastal wetlands 
act as good quality waterfowl and wildlife feeding and 
nesting materials. In addition, coastal wetlands serve as the 
first line of defense in retarding estuarine shoreline erosion. 
The plant stems and leaves tend to dissipate wave action, 
while the vast network of roots and rhizomes resists soil 
erosion. In this way, the coastal wetlands serve as barriers 
against flood damage and control erosion between the estuary 
and the uplands. 

Marshlands also act as nutrient and sediment traps by 
slowing the water which flows over them and causing 
suspended organic and inorganic particles to settle out. In 
this manner, the nutrient storehouse is maintained, and 
sediment harmful to marine organisms is removed. Also, 
pollutants and excessive nutrients are absorbed by the marsh 
plants, thus providing an inexpensive water treatment 
service. 

(c) Management Objective. To conserve and manage 
coastal wetlands so as to safeguard and perpetuate their 
biological, social, economic and aesthetic values; to 
coordinate and establish a management system capable of 
conserving and utilizing coastal wetlands as a natural 
resource essential to the functioning of the entire estuarine 
system. 

(d) Use Standards. Suitable land uses shall be those 
consistent with the management objective in this Rule. 
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of existing coastal wetlands. Second priority of coastal 
wetland use shall be given to those types of development 
activities that require water access and cannot function 
elsewhere. 

Unacceptable land uses may include, but would not be 
limited to. the following examples: restaurants and 
businesses; residences, apartments, motels, hotels, and trailer 
parks; parking lots and private roads and highways; and 
factories. Examples of acceptable land uses may include 
utility easements, fishing piers, docks, and agricultural uses, 
such as farming and forestry drainage, as permitted under 
North Carolina's Dredge and Fill Act or other applicable 
laws. 

In every instance, the particular location, use, and design 
characteristics shall be in accord with the general use 
standards for coastal wetlands, estuarine waters, and public 
trust areas described in Rule .0208 of this Section. 

Authority- G.S. 113A-107(a): 113A-107(b): 113A-113(b)(l): 
113A-124. 

.0206 ESTUARINE WATERS 

(a) Description. Estuarine waters are defined in G.S. 
113A-113 ( 'b) ( 2). 113A-1 13(b)(2) to include all the waters of 
the Atlantic Ocean within the boundary of North Carolina 
and all the waters of the bays, sounds, rivers and tributaries 
thereto seaward of the dividing line between coastal fishing 
waters and inland tlshing waters. The boundaries between 
inland and coastal fishing waters are set forth in an agreement 
adopted by the Wildlife Resources Commission and the 
Department of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 
and in the most current revision of the North Carolina 
Marine Fisheries Regulations for Coastal Waters, codified at 
15A NCAC 3Q .0200. 

(b) Significance. Estuarine waters are the dominant 
component and bonding element of the entire estuarine and 
ocean system, integrating aquatic influences from both the 
land and the sea. Estuaries are among the most productive 
natural environments of North Carolina. They support the 
valuable commercial and sports fisheries of the coastal area 
which are comprised of estuarine dependent species such as 
menhaden, flounder, shrimp, crabs, and oysters. These 
species must spend all or some part of their life cycle within 
the estuarine waters to mature and reproduce. Of the ten 
leading species in the commercial catch, all but one are 
dependent on the estuary. 

This high productivity associated with the estuary results 
from its unique circulation patterns caused by tidal energy, 
fresh water flow, and shallow depth; nutrient trapping 
mechanisms; and protection to the many organisms. The 
circulation of estuarine waters transports nutrients, propels 
plankton, spreads seed stages of fish and shellfish, flushes 
wastes from animal and plant life, cleanses the system of 
pollutants, controls salinity, shifts sediments, and mixes the 
water to create a multitude of habitats. Some important 
features of the estuary include mud and sand flats, eel grass 
beds, salt marshes, submerged vegetation flats, clam and 
oyster beds, and important nursery areas. 



Secondary benefits include the stimulation of the coastal 
economy from the spin off operations required to service 
commercial and sports fisheries, waterfowl hunting, marinas, 
boatyards, repairs and supplies, processing operations, and 
tourist related industries. In addition, there is considerable 
nonmonetary value associated with aesthetics, recreation, and 
education. 

(c) Management Objective. To conserve and manage the 
important features of estuarine waters so as to safeguard and 
perpetuate their biological, social, aesthetic, and economic 
values; to coordinate and establish a management system 
capable of conserving and utilizing estuarine waters so as to 
maximize their benefits to man and the estuarine and ocean 
system. 

(d) Use Standards. Suitable land/water uses shall be those 
consistent with the management objectives in this Rule. 
Highest priority of use shall be allocated to the conservation 
of estuarine waters and its their vital components. Second 
priority of estuarine waters use shall be given to those types 
of development activities that require water access and use 
which caimot function elsewhere such as simple access 
channels; structures to prevent erosion; navigation channels; 
boat docks, marinas, piers, wharfs, and mooring pilings. 

In every instance, the particular location, use, and design 
characteristics shall be in accord with the general use 
standards for coastal wetlands, estuarine waters, and public 
trust areas described in Rule .0208 of this Section. 

Authority G.S. 113A-107(a); 113A-107(b): 1I3A-I13(b)(2); 
113A-124. 

.0208 USE STANDARDS 

(a) General Use Standards 

(1) Uses which are not water dependent shall not be 
permitted in coastal wetlands, estuarine waters, 
and public trust areas. Restaurants, residences, 
apartments, motels, hotels, trailer parks, private 
roads, factories, and parking lots are examples of 
uses that are not water dependent. Uses that are 
water dependent may include: utility easements; 
docks; wharfs; boat ramps; dredging; bridges and 
bridge approaches; revetments, bulkheads; 
culverts; groins; navigational aids; mooring 
pilings; navigational channels; simple access 
channels and drainage ditches. 

(2) Before being granted a permit by the CRC or local 
permitting authority, there shall be a finding that 
the applicant has complied with the following 
standards: 

(A) The location, design, and need for 
development, as well as the construction 
activities involved shall be consistent with 
the stated management objective. 

(B) Before receiving approval for location of a 
use or development within these AECs, the 
permit-letting authority shall find that no 
suitable alternative site or location outside 
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development and, further, that the applicant 
has selected a combination of sites and 
design that will have a minimum adverse 
impact upon the productivity and biologic 
integrity of coastal marshland, shellfish 
beds, beds of submerged aquatic vegetation, 
spawning and nursery areas, important 
nesting and wintering sites for waterfowl 
and wildlife, and important natural erosion 
barriers (cypress fringes, marshes, clay 
soils). 

(C) Development shall not violate water and air 
quality standards. 

(D) Development shall not cause major or 
irreversible damage to valuable documented 
archaeological or historic resources. 

(E) Development shall not measurably increase 
siltation. 

(F) Development shall not create stagnant water 
bodies. 

(G) Development shall be timed to have 
minimum adverse significant affect on life 
cycles of estuarine and ocean resources. 

(H) Development shall not impede navigation or 
create undue interference with access to, or 
use of, public trust areas or estuarine 
waters. 

(3) When the proposed development is in conflict with 
the general or specific use standards set forth in 
this Rule, the CRC may approve the development 
if the applicant can demonstrate that the activity 
associated with the proposed project will have 
public benefits as identified in the findings and 
goals of the Coastal Area Management Act, that 
the public benefits clearly outweigh the long range 
adverse effects of the project, that there is no 
reasonable and prudent alternate site available for 
the project, and that all reasonable means and 
measures to mitigate adverse impacts of the project 
have been incorporated into the project design and 
will be implemented at the applicant's expense. 
These measures taken to mitigate or minimize 
adverse impacts may include actions that will: 

(A) minimize or avoid adverse impacts by 
limiting the magnitude or degree of the 
action; 

(B) restore the affected environment; or 

(C) compensate for the adverse impacts by 
replacing or providing substitute resources. 

(4) Primary nursery areas are those areas in the 
estuarine and ocean system where initial post larval 
development of fmfish and crustaceans takes place. 
They are usually located in the uppermost sections 
of a system where populations are uniformly early 
juveiule stages. They are officially designated and 
described by the N.C. Marine Fisheries 
Commission in 15A NCAC 3B .1405 and by the 



N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission in 15 A 
NCAC IOC .0110. 

(5) Outstanding Resource Waters are those estuarine 
waters and public trust areas classified by the N.C. 
Environmental Management Commission pursuant 
to Title 15A, Subchapter 2B .0216 of the N.C. 
Administrative Code as Outstanding Resource 
Waters (ORW) upon finding that such waters are 
of exceptional state or national recreational or 
ecological significance. In those estuarine waters 
and public trust areas classified as ORW by the 
Envirormiental Management Commission (EMC), 
no permit required by the Coastal Area 
Management Act shall be approved for any project 
which would be inconsistent with applicable use 
standards adopted by the CRC, EMC, or Marine 
Fisheries Commission (MFC) for estuarine waters, 
public trust areas, or coastal wetlands. For 
development activities not covered by specific use 
standards, no permit shall be issued if the activity 
would, based on site specific information, 
materially degrade the water quality or outstanding 
resource values unless such degradation is 
temporary. 

(6) Beds of submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) are 
those habitats in public trust and estuarine waters 
vegetated with one or more species of submergent 
vegetation. These vegetation beds occur in both 
subtidal and intertidal zones and may occur in 
isolated patches or cover extensive areas. In either 
case, the bed is defined by the presence of 
above-ground leaves or the below-ground rhizomes 
and propagules. In defining SAVs, the CRC 
recognizes the Aquatic Weed Control Act of 1991 
(G.S. 113A-220 et. seq.) and does not intend the 
SAV definition and its implementing rules to apply 
to or conflict with the non-development control 
activities authorized by that Act. 

(b) Specific Use Standards 
(1) Navigation channels, canals, and boat basins shall 
be aligned or located so as to avoid primary 
nursery areas highly productive shellfish beds, 
beds of submerged aquatic vegetation, or 
significant areas of regularly or irregularly flooded 
coastal wetlands. 

(A) Navigation chaimels and canals may be 
allowed through narrow fringes of regularly 
and irregularly flooded coastal wetlands if 
the loss of wetlands will have no significant 
adverse impacts on fishery resources, water 
quality or adjacent wetlands, and, if there is 
no reasonable alternative that would avoid 
the wetland losses. 

(B) All spoil material from new construction 
shall be confined landward of regularly and 
irregularly flooded coastal wetlands and 
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the adjacent water bodies or marsh. 

(C) Spoil from maintenance of channels and 
canals through irregularly flooded wetlands 
shall be placed on non-wetland areas, 
remnant spoil piles, or disposed of by a 
method having no significant, long term 
wetland impacts. Under no circumstances 
shall spoil be placed on regularly flooded 
wetlands. 

(D) Widths of the canals and channels shall be 
the minimum required to meet the 
applicant's needs and provide adequate 
water circulation. 

(E) Boat basin design shall maximize water 
exchange by having the widest possible 
opening and the shortest practical entrance 
canal. Depths of boat basins shall decrease 
from the waterward end inland. 

(F) Any canaJ or boat basin shall be excavated 
no deeper than the depth of the connecting 
channels. 

(G) Canals for the purpose of multiple 
residential development shall have: 

(i) no septic tanks unless they meet the 

standards set by the Division of 

Environmental Management and the 

Division of Environmental Health; 

(ii) no untreated or treated point source 

discharge; 

(iii) storm water routing and retention 

areas such as settling basins and 

grassed swales. 

(H) Construction of finger canal systems shall 

not be allowed. Canals shall be either 

straight or meandering with no right angle 

comers. 

(I) Canals shall be designed so as not to create 

an erosion hazard to adjoining property. 

Design may include bulkheading, vegetative 

stabilization, or adequate setbacks based on 

soil characteristics. 

(J) Maintenance excavation in canals, channels 

and boat basins within primary nursery 

areas and beds of submerged aquatic 

vegetation should be avoided. However, 

when essential to maintain a traditional and 

established use, maintenance excavation 

may be approved if the applicant meets all 

of the following criteria as shown by clear 

and convincing evidence accompanying the 

permit application. This Rule does not 

affect restrictions placed on permits issued 

after March 1, 1991. 

(i) The applicant demonstrates and 

documents that a water-dependent 

need exists for the excavation; and 

(ii) There exists a previously permitted 

channel which was constructed or 



maintained under permits issued by 
the State or Federal government. If 
a natural channel was in use, or if a 
human-made channel was constructed 
before permitting was necessary, 
there shall be clear evidence that the 
channel was continuously used for a 
specific purpose; and 

(iii) Excavated material can be removed 
and placed in an approved disposal 
area without significantly impacting 
adjacent nursery areas and beds of 
submerged aquatic vegetation; and 

(iv) The original depth and width of a 
human-made or natural channel will 
not be increased to allow a new or 
expanded use of the channel. 

(2) Hydraulic Dredging 

(A) The terminal end of the dredge pipeline 
shall be positioned at a distance sufficient to 
preclude erosion of the containment dike 
and a ma.ximum distance from spillways to 
allow adequate settlement of suspended 
solids. 

(B) Dredge spoil shall be either confined on 
high ground by adequate retaining structures 
or if the material is suitable, deposited on 
beaches for purposes of renourishment, with 
the exception of (G) of this Subsection 
(b)(2). 

(C) Confmement of excavated materials shall be 
on high ground landward of regularly and 
irregularly flooded marshland and with 
adequate soil stabilization measures to 
prevent entry of sediments into the adjacent 
water bodies or marsh. 

(D) Effluent from diked areas receiving disposal 
from hydraulic dredging operations shall be 
contained by pipe, trough, or similar device 
to a point watenvard of emergent vegetation 
or, where local conditions require, below 
mean low water. 

(E) When possible, effluent from diked disposal 
areas shall be returned to the area being 
dredged. 

(F) A water control structure shall be installed 
at the intake end of the effluent pipe. 

(G) Publicly funded projects shall be considered 
b\' review agencies on a case-by-case basis 
with respect to dredging methods and spoil 
disposal. 

(H) Dredge spoil from closed shellfish waters 
and effluent from diked disposal areas used 
when dredging in closed shellfish waters 
shall be returned to the closed shellfish 
waters. 

(3) Drainage Ditches 

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marshland shall not exceed six feet wide by 
four feet deep (from ground surface) unless 
the applicant shows that larger ditches are 
necessary for adequate drainage. 

(B) Spoil derived from the construction or 
maintenance of drainage ditches through 
regularly flooded marsh shall be placed 
landward of these marsh areas in a maimer 
that will insure that entry of sediment into 
the water or marsh will not occur. Spoil 
derived from the construction or 
maintenance of drainage ditches through 
irregularly flooded marshes shall be placed 
on nonwetlands wherever feasible. 
Non-wetland areas include relic disposal 
sites. 

(C) Excavation of new ditches through high 
ground shall take place landward of a 
temporary earthen plug or other methods to 
minimize siltation to adjacent water bodies. 

(D) Drainage ditches shall not have a significant 
adverse effect on primary nursery areas, 
productive shellfish beds, beds of 
submerged aquatic vegetation, or other 
documented important estuarine habitat. 
Particular attention shall be placed on the 
effects of freshwater inflows, sediment, and 
nutrient introduction. Settling basins, water 
gates, retention structures are examples of 
design alternatives that may be used to 
minimize sediment introduction. 

(4) Nonagricultural Drainage 

(A) Drainage ditches shall be designed so that 
restrictions in the volume or diversions of 
flow are minimized to both surface and 
ground water. 

(B) Drainage ditches shall provide for the 
passage of migratory organisms by allowing 
free passage of water of sufficient depth. 

(C) Drainage ditches shall not create stagnant 
water pools or significant changes in the 
velocity of flow. 

(D) Drainage ditches shall not divert or restrict 
water flow to important wetlands or marine 
habitats. 

(5) Marinas. Marinas are defined as any publicly or 
privately owned dock, basin or wet boat storage 
facility constructed to accommodate more than 10 
boats and providing any of the following services: 
permanent or transient docking spaces, dry 
storage, fueling facilities, haulout facilities and 
repair service. Excluded from this definition are 
boat ramp facilities allowing access only, 
temporary docking and none of the preceding 
services. Expansion of existing facilities shall also 
comply with these standards for all development 
other than maintenance and repair necessary to 



maintain previous service levels. 

(A) Marinas shall be sited in non-wetland areas 
or in deep waters (areas not requiring 
dredging) and shall not disturb valuable 
shallow water, submerged aquatic 
vegetation, and wetland habitats, except for 
dredging necessary for access to 
high-ground sites. The following four 
alternatives for siting marinas are listed in 
order of preference for the least damaging 
alterative; marina projects shall be designed 
to have the highest of these four priorities 
that is deemed feasible by the permit letting 
agency: 

(i) an upland basin site requiring no 
alteration of wetland or estuarine 
habitat and providing adequate 
flushing by tidal or wind generated 
water circulation; 

(ii) an upland basin site requiring 
dredging for access when the 
necessary dredging and operation of 
the marina will not result in the 
significant degradation of existing 
fishery, shellfish, or wetland 
resources and the basin design shall 
provide adequate flushing by tidal or 
wind generated water circulation; 

(iii) an open water site located outside a 
primary nursery area which utilizes 
piers or docks rather than channels or 
canals to reach deeper water; and 

(iv) an open water marina requiring 
excavation of no intertidal habitat, 
and no dredging greater than the 
depth of the connecting chaimel. 

(B) Marinas which require dredging shall not be 
located in primary nursery areas nor in areas 
which require dredging through primary 
nursery areas for access. Maintenance 
dredging in primary nursery areas for 
existing marinas shall be considered on a 
case-by-case basis. 

(C) To minimize coverage of public trust areas 
by docks and moored vessels, dry storage 
marinas shall be used where feasible. 

(D) Marinas to be developed in waters subject to 
public trust rights (other than those created 
by dredging upland basins or canals) for the 
purpose of providing docking for residential 
developments shall be allowed no more than 
27 square feet of public trust areas for every 

• one lin. ft. of shoreline adjacent to these 
public trust areas for construction of docks 
and mooring facilities. The 27 square feet 
allocation shall not apply to fairway areas 
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pier used only for access from land to the 
docking spaces. 

(E) To protect water quality of shellfishing 
areas, marinas shall not be located within 
areas where shellfish harvesting for human 
consumption is a significant existing use or 
adjacent to such areas if shellfish harvest 
closure is anticipated to result from the 
location of the marina. In compliance with 
Section 101(a)(2) of the Clean Water Act 
and North Carolina Water Quality Standards 
adopted pursuant to that section, shellfish 
harvesting is a significant existing use if it 
can be established that shellfish have been 
regularly harvested for human consumption 
since November 28, 1975 or that shellfish 
apparently are propagating and surviving in 
a biologically suitable habitat and are 
available and suitable for harvesting for the 
purpose of human consumption. The 
Division of Marine Fisheries shall be 
consulted regarding the significance of 
shellfish harvest as an existing use and the 
magnitude of the quantities of shellfish 
which have been harvested or are available 
for harvest in the area where harvest will be 
affected by the development. 

(F) Marinas shall not be located without written 
consent from the controlling parties in areas 
of submerged lands which have been leased 
from the state or deeded by the state. 

(G) Marina basins shall be designed to promote 
flushing through the following design 
criteria: 

(i) the basin and channel depths shall 
gradually increase toward open water 
and shall never be deeper than the 
waters to which they connect; and 
(ii) when possible, an opening shall be 
provided at opposite ends of the 
basin to establish flow-through 
circulation. 
(H) Marinas shall be designed to minimize 
adverse effects on navigation and public use 
of public trust areas while allowing the 
applicant adequate access to deep waters. 
(I) Marinas shall be located and constructed so 
as to avoid adverse impacts on navigation 
throughout all federally maintained channels 
and their immediate boundaries. This 
includes mooring sites (permanent or 
temporary), speed or traffic reductions, or 
any other device, either physical or 
regulatory, that may cause a federally 
maintained channel to be restricted. 
(J) Open water marinas shall not be enclosed 
within breakwaters that preclude circulation 
sufficient to maintain water quality. 



(K) Marinas which require dredging shall 
provide areas to accomplish disposal needs 
for future dredging consistent with the 
requirements in Subparagraph (b)(2) of this 
Rule. Proof of the ability to truck the spoil 
material from the marina site to an 
acceptable disposal area will be acceptable. 

(L) Marina design shall comply with all 
applicable requirements for management of 
stormwater runoff. 
(M) Marinas shall post a notice prohibiting the 
discharge of any waste from boat toilets and 
explaining the availability of information on 
local pump-out services. 

(N) Boat maintenance areas shall be designed so 
that all scraping, sandblasting, and painting 
will be done over dry land with adequate 
containment devices to prevent entry of 
waste materials into adjacent waters. 

(O) All marinas shall comply with all applicable 
standards for docks and piers, bulkheading, 
dredging and spoil disposal. 

(P) All applications for marinas shall be 
reviewed to determine their potential impact 
and compliance with applicable standards. 
Such review shall consider the cumulative 
impacts of marina development. 

(Q) Replacement of existing marinas to maintain 
previous service levels shall be allowed 
provided that the preceding rules are 
complied with to the maximum extent 
possible, with due consideration being given 
to replacement costs, service needs. 
(6) Docks and Piers. 

(A) Docks and piers shall not significantly 
interfere with water flows. 

(B) To preclude the adverse effects of shading 
coastal wetlands vegetation, docks and piers 
built over coastal wetlands shall not exceed 
six feet in width. "T"s and platforms 
associated with residential piers shall be at 
the waterward end, and shall not exceed a 
total area of 500 square feet with no more 
than six feet of the dimension perpendicular 
to the marsh edge extending over coastal 
wetlands. Water dependent projects 
requiring piers or wharfs of dimensions 
greater than those stated in this Rule shall 
be considered on a case-by-case basis. 

(C) Piers shall be designed to minimize adverse 
effects on navigation and public use of 
waters while allowing the applicant 
adequate access to deep waters by: 

(i) not extending beyond the established 
pier length along the same shoreline 
for similar use; (This restriction shall 
not apply to piers 200 feet or less in 
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unreasonable interference with 
navigation or other uses of the waters 
by the public); 

(ii) not extending into the channel 
portion of the water body; and 

(iii) not extending more than one-third the 
width of a natural water body or 
man-made canal or basin. 
Measurements to determine widths of 
the channels, canals or basins shall be 
made from the waterward edge of 
any coastal wetland vegetation which 
borders the water body. The 
one-third length limitation shall not 
apply in areas where the U.S. Army 
Corps of Engineers, or a local 
government in consultation with the 
Corps of Engineers, has established 
an official pier-head line. 

(D) Pier alignments along federally maintained 
channels shall meet Corps of Engineers 
District guidelines. 

(E) Piers shall not interfere with the access to 
any riparian property and shall have a 
minimum setback of 15 feet between any 
part of the pier and the adjacent property 
owner's areas of riparian access. The line 
of division of areas of riparian access shall 
be established by drawing a line along the 
chaimel or deep water in front of the 
properties, then drawing a line 
perpendicular to the line of the channel so 
that it intersects with the shore at the point 
the upland property line meets the water's 
edge. The minimum setback provided in 
the rule may be waived by the written 
agreement of the adjacent riparian owner(s) 
or when two adjoining riparian owners are 
co-applicants. Should the adjacent property 
be sold before construction of the pier 
commences, the applicant shall obtain a 
written agreement with the new owner 
waiving the minimum setback and submit it 
to the permitting agency prior to initiating 
any development of the pier. Application of 
this Rule may be aided by reference to an 
approved diagram illustrating the rule as 
applied to various shoreline configurations. 
Copies of the diagram may be obtained from 
the Division of Coastal Management. When 
shoreline configuration is such that a 
perpendicular aligimient cannot be achieved, 
the pier shall be aligned to meet the intent 
of this Rule to the maximum extent 
practicable. 

(F) Docks and piers shall not significantly 
interfere with shellfish franchises or leases. 



Applicants for authorization to construct a 
dock or pier shall provide notice of the 
permit application or exemption request to 
the owner of any part of a shellfish 
franchise or lease over which the proposed 
dock or pier would extend. 
(7) Bulkheads and Shore Stabilization Measures 

(A) Bulkhead alignment, for the purpose of 
shoreline stabilization, shall approximate 
mean high water or normal water level. 

(B) Bulkheads shall be constructed landward of 
significant marshland or marshgrass fringes. 

(C) Bulkhead fill material shall be obtained 
from an approved upland source, or if the 
bulkhead is a part of a permitted project 
involving excavation from a non-upland 
source, the material so obtained may be 
contained behind the bulkhead. 

(D) Bulkheads or other structures employed for 
shoreline stabilization shall be permitted 
below approximate mean high water or 
normal water level only when the following 
standards are met: 

(i) the property to be bulkheaded has an 
identifiable erosion problem, whether 
it results from natural causes or 
adjacent bulkheads, or it has unusual 
geographic or geologic features, e.g. 
steep grade bank, which will cause 
the applicant unreasonable hardship 
under the other provisions of this 
Rule; 

(ii) the bulkhead alignment extends no 
fiirther below approximate mean high 
water or normal water level than 
necessary to allow recovery of the 
area eroded in the year prior to the 
date of application, to align with 
adjacent bulkheads, or to mitigate the 
unreasonable hardship resulting from 
the unusual geographic or geologic 
features; 

(iii) the bulkhead alignment will not 
result in significant adverse impacts 
to public trust rights or to the 
property of adjacent riparian owners; 

(iv) the need for a bulkhead below 
approximate mean high water or 
normal water level is documented in 
the Field Investigation Report or 
other reports prepared by the 
Division of Coastal Management; 
and 

(v) the property to be bulkheaded is in a 
nonoceanfront area. 

(E) Where pxjssible, sloping rip-rap, gabions, or 
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seawalls. 
(8) Beach Nourishment 

(A) Beach creation or maintenance may be 
allowed to enhance water related 
recreational facilities for public, 
commercial, and private use. 

(B) Beaches may be created or maintained in 
areas where they have historically been 
found due to natural processes. They will 
not be allowed in areas of high erosion rates 
where frequent maintenance will be 
necessary. 

(C) Placing unconfmed sand material in the 
water and along the shoreline shall not be 
allowed as a method of shoreline erosion 
control. 

(D) Material placed in the water and along the 
shoreline shall be clean sand free from 
pollutants and highly erodible finger 
material. Grain size shall be equal to or 
larger than that found naturally at the site. 

(E) Material from dredging projects may be 
used for beach nourishment if: 

(i) it is first handled in a manner 
consistent with rules governing spoil 
disposal; 
(ii) it is allowed to dry for a suitable 

period; and 
(iii) only that material of acceptable grain 
size is removed from the disposal site 
for placement on the beach. Material 
shall not be placed directly on the 
beach by dredge or dragline during 
maintenance excavation. 

(F) Beach creation shall not be allowed in any 
primary nursery areas, nor in any areas 
where siltation from the site would pose a 
threat to shellfish beds. 

(G) Material shall not be placed on any coastal 
wetlands or beds of submerged aquatic 
vegetation. 

(H) Material shall not be placed on any 
submerged bottom with significant shellfish 
resources. 
(1) Beach construction shall not create the 
potential for filling adjacent or nearby 
navigation channels, canals, or boat basins. 

(J) Beach construction shall not violate water 
quality standards. 

(K) Permit renewal of these projects shall 
require an evaluation of any adverse impacts 
of the original work. 

(L) Permits issued for this development shall be 
limited to authorizing beach nourishment 
only one time during the life of the permit. 
Permits may be renewed for maintenance 
work or repeated need for nourishment. 
(9) Wooden and Riprap Groins 



(A) Groins shall not extend more than 25 ft. 
waterward of the mean high water or normal 
water level unless a longer structure is 
justified by site specific conditions, sound 
engineering and design principals. 

(B) Groins shall be set back a minimum of 15 
ft. from the adjoining property lines. This 
setback may be waived by written 
agreement of the adjacent riparian owner(s) 
or when two adjoining riparian owners are 
co-applicants. Should the adjacent property 
be sold before construction of the groin 
commences, the applicant shall obtain a 
written agreement with the new owner 
waiving the minimum setback and submit ii 
to the permitting agency prior to initiating 
any development of the groin. 

(C) Groins shall pose no threat to navigation. 

(D) The height of groins shall not exceed 1 ft. 
above mean high water or the normal water 
level. 

(E) No more than two structures shall be 
allowed per 100 ft. of shoreline unless the 
applicant provides evidence that more 
structures are needed for shoreline 
stabilization. 

(F) "L" and "T" sections shall not be allowed at 
the end of groins. 

(G) Riprap material used for groin construction 
shall be free from loose dirt or any other 
pollutant in other than non-harmful 
quantities and of a size sufficient to prevent 
its movement from the site by wave and 
current action. 

(10) "Freestanding Moorings". 

(A) A "freestanding mooring" is any means to 
attach a ship, boat, vessel, floating structure 
or other water craft to a stationary 
underwater device, mooring buoy, buoyed 
anchor, or piling (as long as the piling is 
not associated with an existing or proposed 
pier, dock, or boathouse). 

(B) Freestanding moorings shall be permitted 
only: 

(i) to riparian property owners within 
their riparian corridors; or 

(ii) to any applicant proposing to locate a 
mooring buoy consistent with a water 
use plan that may be incorporated 
into either the local zoning or land 
use plan. 

(C) All approved mooring fields shall provide 
suitable area for access to any mooring(s) 
and other land based operations which shall 
include but not be limited to wastewater 
pumpout, trash disposal and vehicle 
parking. 

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condition in Part (b)(10)(C) of this Rule is 
terminated or the facility no longer exist, 
the permit shall become null and void and 
the permitted project removed from the 
AEC. 

(E) To protect water quality of shellfishing 
areas, mooring fields shall not be located 
within areas where shellfish harvesting for 
human consumption is a significant existing 
use or adjacent to such areas if shellfish 
harvest closure is anticipated to result from 
the location of the mooring field. In 
compliance with Section 101(a)(2) of the 
Federal Water Pollution Control Act, 33 
U.S.C. 1251 (a)(2), and North Carolina 
Water Quality Standards adopted pursuant 
to that section, shellfish harvesting is a 
significant existing use if it can be 
established that shellfish have been regularly 
harvested for human consumption since 
November 28, 1975 or that shellfish 
apparendy are propagating and surviving in 
a biologically suitable habitat and are 
available and suitable for harvesting for the 
purpose of human consumption. The 
Division of Marine Fisheries shall be 
consulted regarding the significance of 
shellfish harvest as an existing use and the 
magnitude of the quantities of shellfish 
which have been harvested or are available 
for harvest in the area where harvest will be 
affected by the development. 

(F) Moorings shall not be located without 
written consent from the controlling parties 
in areas of submerged lands which have 
been leased from the state or deeded by the 
state. 

(G) Moorings shall be located and constructed 
so as to avoid adverse impacts on navigation 
throughout all federally maintained channels 
and their immediate boundaries. This 
includes mooring sites (permanent or 
temporary), speed or traffic reductions, or 
any other device, either physical or 
regulatory, that may cause a federally 
maintained channel to be restricted. 

(H) Open water moorings shall not be enclosed 
within breakwaters that preclude circulation 
sufficient to maintain water quality. 

(I) Moorings and the associated land based 
operation design shall comply with all 
applicable requirements for management of 
stormwater runoff. 

(J) Mooring fields shall have posted in view of 
patrons a notice prohibiting the discharge of 
any waste from boat toilets or any other 
discharge and explaining the availability of 



information on local pump-out services and 
waste disposal. 

(K) Freestanding moorings associated with 
commercial shipping, public service or 
temporary construction/salvage operations 
may be permitted without a public sponsor 
and shall be evaluated on a case-by-case 
basis. 

(L) Freestanding mooring buoys and piles shall 
be evaluated based upon the arc of the 
swing including the vessel to be moored. 
Moorings and the attached vessel shall not 
interfere with the access of any riparian 
owner nor shall it block riparian access by 
blocking channels, deep water, etc. which 
allows riparian access. Freestanding 
moorings shall not interfere with the ability 
of any riparian owner to place a pier for 
access. 

(M) Freestanding moorings shall not be 
established in submerged cable/pipe 
crossing areas or in a manner which 
interferes with the operations of an access 
through any bridge. 

(N) Freestanding moorings shall be marked or 
colored in compliance with U.S. Coast 
Guard and N.C. Wildlife Resource 
Commission requirements and the required 
marking maintained for the life of the 
mooring(s). 

(O) The type of material used to create a 
mooring must be free of pollutants and of a 
design and type of material so as to not 
present a hazard to navigation or public 
safety. 

(P) Existing freestanding moorings (i.e. 
buoys/pilings) may be maintained in place 
for two years. However, if the moorings(s) 
deteriorate or are damaged such that 
replacement is necessary during the two 
year period, the mooring(s) then shall 
comply with those guidelines of the 
Division in place at that time. In any event, 
existing moorings shall comply with these 
Rules within two years. 
(11) Filling of Canals, Basins and Ditches - Not 

withstanding the general use standards for 

estuarine systems as set out in 7H .0208(a) of this 

Rule, filling canals, basins and ditches shall be 

allowed if: 

(A) the area to be filled was not created by 
excavating lands which were below the 
normal high water or normal water level; 
and 

(B) if the area was created from wetlands, the 
elevation of the proposed filling does not 
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wetland function will be restored; and 

(C) the filling will not adversely impact any 
designated primary nursery area, shellfish 
bed, bed of submerged aquatic vegetation, 
coastal wetlands other than a narrow fringe 
around the shoreline, recognized public 
trust right or established public trust usage; 
and 

(D) the filling will not adversely affect the value 
and enjoyment of property of any riparian 
owner; and 

(E) the filling will further some policy of the 
Commission such as retreating from erosion 
or avoiding water quality degradation. 

12) "Ocean Mining" 

(A) The productivity and biological significance 
of mine sites, or borrow sites used for 
sediment extraction, must be evaluated and 
a reasonable protection strategy for these 
natural functions and values provided with 
the state approval request or permit 
application. 

(B) Natural reefs, coral outcrops, artificial 
reefs, seaweed communities, and significant 
nearshore benthic communities shall be 
avoided. 

(C) Significant archaeological 
resources/shipwrecks identified by the 
Division of Archives and History, and 
unique geological features identified by the 
Division of Land Resources shall be 
avoided. 

(D) Ocean mining activities shall not be 
conducted on or within 500 meters of areas 
containing significant biological 
communities, such as high relief hard 
bottom areas. High relief is defined for this 
standard as relief greater than or equal to 
one-half meter per five meters of horizontal 
distance. 

(E) Mining activities shall be timed to avoid 
biologically active periods where these 
activities will have a significant impact on 
the affected biological resources. 

(F) The proposal shall not have significant 
adverse impacts on either potable 
groundwater supplies or wildlife, fresh 
water fisheries, estuarine fisheries, or 
marine fisheries. 

(G) A determination of monitoring needs to 
ensure that these guidelines are met will be 
made by the state during the state review 
and approval process. Implementation of 
these monitoring needs is the responsibility 
of the applicant. 

(H) Where impacts cannot be avoided, and the 
impact significantly affects any land, or 
water use or natural or historic 



resource of the coastal area, applicants may 
request mitigation approval under 15A 
NCAC 7M .0700. 

(I) Affected areas shall be restored to their 
original functions pursuant to a plan of 
reclamation/restoration, which must be a 
part of the consistency determination or 
permit. 

(J) Dredging activities for the purposes of 
mining natural resources must be consistent 
with the development standards outlined in 
this Rule. 

Authority G.S. 113A-107(b); 113A-108; 113A-113(b); 
113A-124. 

SUBCHAPTER 7M - GENERAL POLICY 
GUIDELINES FOR THE COASTAL AREA 

SECTION .1200 - POLICIES ON OCEAN 
MINING 

.1201 DECLARATION OF GENERAL POLICY 

(a) The Atlantic Ocean is designated a Public Trust Area 
Of Environmental Concern (AEC) out to the three-mile state 
Jurisdictional boundary; however, the ocean environment 
does not end at the state/federal jurisdictional boundary. 
Mining activities impacting the federal jurisdictional ocean 
and its resources can, and probably would, also impact the 
state jurisdictional ocean and estuarine systems and vice- 
versa. Therefore, u is state policy that every avenue and 
opportunity to protect the physical ocean environment and its 
resources as an integrated and interrelated system will be 
utilized. 

(b) The usefulness, productivity, scenic, historic and 
cultural values of tlie state's ocean waters will receive the 
greatest practical degree of protection and restoration. No 
ocean mining shall be conducted unless plans for such mining 
include reasonable provisions for protection of the physical 
environment, its resources, and appropriate reclamation or 
mitigation of the affected area as set forth and implemented 
imder authority of the Mining Act (G.S. 74-48) and Coastal 
Area Management Act (G.S. 1 13A-100). 

(c) Mining activities in state waters, or in federal waters 
insofar as tlie activities affect any land, water use or natural 
or historic resource of the state waters, shall be done in a 
manner that provides for protection of those resources and 
uses. The siting and timing of such activities shall be 
consistent with established state standards and regulations and 
shall comply with applicable local land use plan policies, and 
AEC use standards. 

Authority G.S. 113A-102; 113A-107. 

.1202 POLICY STATEMENTS 

(a) Impacts from mining activities involving dredging, 
blasting, or other methods of excavation, spoil disposal, or 
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affect the physical ocean environment or its resources shall 
be identified and minimized. Any significant unavoidable 
damages from these actions shall be otherwise mitigated as 
appropriate. 

(b) Damage to or interference with existing or traditional 
public trust uses, such as fishing, navigation, or access to 
public trust areas, or areas with high biological, historical, 
archaeological, or recreational value are activities that 
significantlv affect land or water uses or natural resources of 
the coastal area. They shall be avoided to the maximum 
extent feasible. 

(c) Offshore reefs, rock outcrops, hard bottom areas, and 
other significant living resource habitat shall be avoided 
unless it can be demonstrated that the mining activity will not 
significantly adversely affect these resources, land or water 
uses or the natural resources of the coastal area, or unless 
their existing biological functions can be sustained through 
mitigation. 

Authority G.S. 113A-102; 113A-107. 

******************* 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 
150B-21.2 that the EHNR - Coastal Resources 
Commission intends to amend rules cited as 15A NCAC 7H 
.0304 - .0305. Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was 
published in the Register on November 1, 1996. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1, 1998 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 7:00 p.m. on May 
21, 1997 at the DEHNR - Wilmington Regional Office, 127 
Cardinal Drive Extension, Wilmington, NC 28405. 

Reason for Proposed Action: To designate certain 
previously vegetated areas that lost vegetation in Hurricane 
Fran as unvegetated beach areas under Subchapter 7H Rule 
.0304 and to establish procedures for determining the setback 
measurement lines for these areas under Subchapter 7H Rule 
.0305. 

Comment Procedures: Oral comments will be accepted at 
the public hearing, howex'er comments may be time limited at 
the discretion of the Chairman. Written comments should be 
mailed to Mr. Preston Pate, NC Division of Coastal 
Management, Hestron Plaza 11, 151-B NC Highway 24, 
Morehead City, NC 28557. Written comments will be 
accepted through June 2, 1997. 

Fiscal Note: These Rules affect the expenditures of state 
fiinds. These Rules do not affect the expenditures of local 
funds. These Rules do not have a substantial economic 
impact of at least five million dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12- 
month period. 



SECTION .0300 - OCEAN HAZARD 
AREAS 

.0304 AECs WITHIN OCEAN HAZARD 
AREAS 

The ocean hazard system of AECs contains all of the 
following areas: 

(1) Ocean Erodible Area. This is the area in which 
there exists a substantial possibility of excessive 
erosion and significant shoreline fluctuation. The 
seaward boundary of this area is the mean low 
water line. The landward extent of this area is 
determined as follows: 

(a) a distance landward from the first line of 
stable natural vegetation to the recession 
line that would be established by 
multiplying the long-term annual erosion 
rate times 60, provided that, where there 
has been no long-term erosion or the rate is 
less than two feet per year, this distance 
shall be set at 120 feet landward from the 
first line of stable natural vegetation. For 
the purposes of this Rule, the erosion rates 
shall be the long-term average based on 
available historical data. The current long- 
term average erosion rate data for each 
segment of the North Carolina coast is 
depicted on maps entitled "Long Term 
Annual Shoreline Change Rates updated 
through 1992" and approved by the Coastal 
Resources Commission on September 27, 
1996 (except as such rates may be varied in 
individual contested cases, declaratory or 
interpretive rulings). The maps are 
available without cost from any local permit 
officer or the Division of Coastal 
Management; and 

(b) a distance landward from the recession line 
established in Sub-Item (l)(a) of this Rule to 
the recession line that would be generated 
by a storm having a one percent chance of 
being equaled or exceeded in any given 
year. 

(2) The High Hazard Flood Area. This is the area 
subject to high velocity waters (including, but not 
limited to, hurricane wave wash) in a storm having 
a one percent chance of being equaled or exceeded 
in any given year, as identified as zone VI -30 on 
the flood insurance rate maps of the Federal 
Insurance Administration, U.S. Department of 
Housing and Urban Development. 

(3) Inlet Hazard Area. The inlet hazard areas are 
natural-hazard areas that are especially vulnerable 
to erosion, flooding and other adverse effects of 
sand, wind, and water because of their proximity 
to dynamic ocean inlets. This area shall extend 
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sufficient to encompass that area within which the 
inlet will, based on statistical analysis, migrate, 
and shall consider such factors as previous inlet 
territory, structurally weak areas near the inlet 
(such as an unusually narrow barrier island, an 
unusually long channel feeding the inlet, or an 
overwash area), and external influences such as 
jetties and channelization. The areas identified as 
suggested Inlet Hazard Areas included in the report 
enntled INLET HAZARD AREAS, The Final 
Report and Recommendations to the Coastal 
Resources Commission, 1978, as amended in 
1981, by Loie J. Priddy and Rick Carraway are 
incorporated by reference without future changes 
are hereby designated as Inlet Hazard Areas except 
that the Cape Fear Inlet Hazard as shown on said 
map shall not extend northeast of the Baldhead 
Island marina entrance channel. In all cases, this 
area shall be an extension of the adjacent ocean 
erodible area and in no case shall the width of the 
inlet hazard area be less than the width of the 
adjacent ocean erodible area. This report is 
available for inspection at the Department of 
Environment, Health, and Natural Resources, 
Division of Coastal Management, 2728 Capital 
Boulevard, Raleigh, North Carolina. Small scaled 
photo copies are available at no charge. 
(4) Unvegetated Beach Area. Beach areas within the 
Ocean Hazard Area where no stable natural 
vegetation is present may be designated as an 
unvegetated beach area on either a permanent or 
temporary basis: 

(a) An area appropriate for permanent 
designation as an unvegetated beach area 
Vmt is a dynamic area that is subject to 
rapid unpredictable landform change from 
wind and wave action. The areas in this 
category shall be designated following 
detailed studies by the Coastal Resources 
Commission. These areas shall be 
designated on maps approved by the 
Commission and available without cost from 
any local permit officer or the Division of 
Coastal Management. 

(b) An area that is suddenly unvegetated as a 
result of a hurricane or other major storm 
event may be designated as an unvegetated 
beach area for a specific period of time. At 
the expiration of the time specified by the 
Commission, the area shall return to its pre- 
storm designation. Areas appropriate for 
such designation are those in which 
vegetation has been lost over such a large 
land area that extrapolation of the vegetation 
line under the procedure set out in Rule 
.0305(e> of this Section is inappropriate. 

The Commission designates as temporary 
unvegetated beach areas those oceanfront areas in 



New Hanover. Pender. Carteret and Onslow 
Counties in which the vegetation line as shown on 
aerial photography dated August 8^. 9^ and 17. 
1996, was destroyed as a result of Hurricane Fran 
on September 5^ 1996. This designation shall 
continue until such time as stable, natural 
vegetation has reestablished or until the area is 
permanently designated as an unvegetated beach 
area pursuant to Sub-Item 4(a) of this Rule. 

Auihorm- G.S. 113A-107; 113A-113: 113A-124. 

.0305 GENERAL IDENTinCATION AND 
DESCRIPTION OF LANDFORMS 

(a) Ocean Beaches. Ocean beaches are lands consisting of 
unconsolidated soil materials that extend from the mean low 
water line landward to a point where either: 

( 1 ) the growth of vegetation occurs, or 

(2) a distinct change in slope or elevation alters the 
configuration of the landform, whichever is farther 
landward. 

(b) Primary Dunes. Primary dunes are the first mounds 
of sand located landward of the ocean beaches having an 
elevation equal to the mean flood level (in a storm having a 
one percent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given 
year) for the area plus six feet. The primary dune extends 
landward to the lowest elevation in the depression behind that 
same mound of sand (commonly referred to as the dune 
trough). 

(c) Frontal Dunes. The frontal dune is deemed to be the 
first mound of sand located landward of the ocean beach 
having sufficient vegetation, height, continuity and 
configuration to offer protective value. 

(d) General Identification. For the purpose of public and 
administrative notice and convenience, each designated minor 
development permit-letting agency with ocean hazard areas 
may designate, subject to CRC approval, a readily 
identifiable land area within which the ocean hazard areas 
occur. This designated notice area must include all of the 
land areas defined in Rule .0304 of this Section. Natural or 
man-made landmarks may be considered in delineating this 
area. 

(e) "Vegetation Line" means the first line of stable natural 
vegetation, which shall be used as the reference point for 
measuring oceanfront setbacks. This line represents the 
boundary between the normal dry-sand beach, which is 
subject to constant flux due to waves, tides, storms and wind, 
and the more stable upland areas. It is generally located at or 
immediately oceanward of the seaward toe of the frontal dune 
or erosion escarpment. In areas where there is no stable 
natural vegetation present, this line shall be established by 
connecting or extending the lines from the nearest adjacent 
vegetation on either side of the site and by extrapolating (by 
either on-ground observation or by aerial photographic 
interpretation) to establish the line. In areas within the 
boundaries of a large scale beach nourishment or spoil 
deposition project, the vegetation line that existed before 
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line for determining oceanfront setbacks after the project is 
completed. A project shall be considered large scale when: 

(1) it places more than a total volume of 200,000 
cubic yards of sand at an average ratio of more 
than 50 cubic yards of sand per linear foot of 
shoreline, or 

(2) it is a Hurricane Protection project constructed by 
the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 

(f) "Erosion Escarpment" means normal vertical drop in 
the beach profile caused from high tide or storm tide erosion. 

(g) Measurement line means the line from which the ocean 
front setback as described in Rule .0306(a) of this Section is 
measured in the unvegetated beach area of environmental 
concern as described in Rule .0304(4) of this Section. 
Procedures for determining the measurement line in areas 
designated pursuant to Rule .0304(4)(a) of this Section shall 
be adopted by the Commission for each area where such a 
line is designated pursuant to the provisions of G.S. 150B. 
These procedures shall be available from any local permit 
officer or the Division of Coastal Management. In areas 
designated pursuant to Rule .0304(4)(b) of this Section, the 
Division of Coastal Management shall establish a 
measurement line that approximates the location at which the 
vegetation line is expected to reestablish by: 

(1) determining the distance the vegetation line 
receded at the closest vegetated site to the proposed 
development site: and 

(2) locating the line of stable natural vegetation on the 
most current pre-storm aerial photographv of the 
proposed development site and moving this line 
landward the distance determined in Subparagraph 
(g)(l) ^)f this Rule. 

The measurement line established pursuant to this process 
shall in every case be located landward of the average width 
of the beach as determined from the most current pre-storm 
aerial photography. 

Authority G.S. 113A-107; 113A-1 13(b)(6); 113A-124. 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 
150B-21.2 that the EHNR - Coastal Resources 
Commission intends to amend rules cited as 15A NCAC 7H 
.1601, .1604 - .1605. Notice of Rule-making Proceedings 
was published in the Register on November 1, 1996. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1, 1998 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 7:00 p.m. on May 
21, 1997 at theDEHNR - Wilmington Regional Office, 127 
Cardinal Drive Extension, Wilmington, NC 28405. 

Reason for Proposed Action: Amend existing rules to allow 
the addition of tv.'o types of utility lines (natural gas and 
domestic sanitary sewer) to the CAMA general permit for 
installation of utility lines. 



Comment Procedures: Written comments should be mailed 
to Mr. Preston Pate, NC Division of Coastal Management, 
Hestron Plaza II, 151-B, NC Highway 24, Morehead City, 
NC 28557. Comments will be accepted through June 2, 
1997. 

Fiscal Note: These Rules do not affect the expenditures or 
revenues of state or local government furuls. These Rules do 
not have a substantial economic impact of at least five 
million dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

SECTION .1600 - GENERAL PERMIT FOR 

THE INSTALLATION OF AERIAL AND 

SUBAQUEOUS UTILITY LINES WITH 

ATTENDANT STRUCTURES IN COASTAL 

WETLANDS: ESTUARINE WATERS: 

PUBLIC TRUST WATERS AND 

ESTUARINE SHORELINES 

.1601 PURPOSE 

This permit will allow for the installation of utility lines 
both aerially and/o r and subaqueously in the coastal wetland, 
estuarine water, public trust wat er areas and estuarine 
shoreline AECs according to the authority provided in 
Subchapter 7J .1100 and according to the following 
guidelines. This general permit shall not apply to the ocean 
hazard AECs. 

Authority G.S. 113-229(cl); 113A-1 07(a) (b); 113A-113(b); 
113A-118.1. 

.1604 GENERAL CONDITIONS 

(a) Utility lines for the purpose of this general permit or 
any pipes or pipelines for the transportation of potable water, 
domestic sanitary sewage, natural gas, and any cable, line, or 
wire for the transmission, for any purpose, of electrical 
energy, telephone and telegraph messages, and radio and 
television communication. 

(b) There must be no resultant change in preconstruction 
bottom contours. Authorized fill includes only that necessary 
to backfill or bed the utility line. Any excess material must 
be removed to an upland disposal area. 

(c) The utility line crossing will not adversely affect a 
public water supply intake. 

(d) The utility line route or construction method will not 
disrupt the movement of those species of aquatic life 
indigenous to the waterbody. 

(e) Individuals shall allow authorized representatives of 
the Department of Environment, Health, and Natural 
Resources to make periodic inspections at any time necessary 
to ensure that the activity being performed under authority of 
this general pennit is in accordance with the terms and 
conditions prescribed herein. 

(f) This general pennit will not be a pp licabl e to pr opos e d 
excavation when th e — De p artmen t de t ermin e s — tha t the 
pr o p osed activity would adversely affect areas which p ossess 
histo r ic, cultural, scxnic, conse r va t ion o r r ec r eational values. 



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(g) This gene r al permi t will not be a pp li c able to pr o p osed 
installa t ion ^ ' he r e tlie Departmen t believes that th e pro p osed 
ac t ivity — might — significan t ly — aff e ct — the — quality — of th e 
e nvi ro nment o r unnecessarily endanger adjoining pr o p e n ies. 
Li such cases an individual p ermit a pp lication and r eview o f 
th e pr o p osed proj e ct may be initia t ed using the ap p lication 
fuiiiis. fees and p rocedures requi r ed by 15A NCAC 7J. 

li) This general permit will not be applicable to proposed 
construction where the Department believes that the proposed 
activirv might unnecessarily endangers adjoining properties. 
or significantly affect areas which possess historic, cultural, 
scenic. conser%ation or recreational \-alues. or the quality of 
the human en\'ironment. 

rtrt(g) This permit does not eliminate the need to obtain 
any other required state, local, or federal authorization, nor. 
to abide by regulations adopted by any federal or other state 
agency. 

ffXfi) Development carried out under this permit must be 
consistent with all local requirements, AEC guidelines, and 
local Land Use Plans current at the time of authorization. 

Authority G.S. 113-229(cl): 1 ISA- 107(a) (b): 113A-ll3ib); 
113A-118.1. 

.1605 SPECinC CONDITIONS 

Proposed utility line installations must meet each of the 
followmg specific conditions to be eligible for authorization 
by this general permit: 

(1) All domestic sanitary sewer line requests must be 
accompanied b^; a statement of prior appro\al from 
the N.C. Di\'ision of Water Quality. 
f-H(2) All spoils which are permanently removed must be 
placed on a highground disposal site and stabilized 
so as not to return to waters, marsh or other 
wetlands. 
(2)£3i Any additional backfill material required must be 



clean sand or rock free of organic matter. 
Cuts through wetlands must be minimized. 
Finished grades or subaqueous or wetland crossing 
must be returned to preproject contours. 
There can be no work within any productive 
shellfish beds. 

No excavation or filling activities will be permitted 
between April 1 and September 30 of any year 
within any designated primary nursery area. 
Subaqueous lines must be placed at a depth of 6' 
below the project depth of federal projects. In 
other areas they will be installed at a minimum 
depth of 2' below the bottom contour. 
The minimum clearance for aerial communication 
lines or any lines not transmitting electricity will 
be 10' above the clearance required for bridges in 
the vicinity. 

The minimum clearance for aerial electrical 
transmission lines shall be consistent with those 
established by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 
and U.S. Coast Guard. 

The installation of a utility line on pipe bents or 
otherwise above the elevation of mean high or 
mean ordinary water must be of sufficient height to 
allow for traditional navigation in the water body. 
Additionally the utility line must not 
interfere with the waterflow of normal or flood 
waters. 

Natural gas lines must not exceed H inches in 
diameter. 



Authority G.S. 113-229(cl): 113A-107(aj(b): l}3A-]13(b); 
113A-118.1. 



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The Codifier of Rules has entered the following temporary rule(s) in the North Carolina Administrative Code. Pursuant 
to G.S. 150B-21.1(e), publication of a temporary rule in the North Carolina Register serves as a notice of rule-making 
proceedings unless this notice has been previously published by the agency. 



TITLE ISA - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, 
HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Rule-making Agency: DEHNR - Environmental 
Management Commission 

Rule Citation: 15A NCAC 2H .0225 

Effective Date: May 8, 1997 

Findings Reviewed by Beecher R. Gray: Approved 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 143-215. 1(b)(3) and 
(4); 143-215. 3(a)(1): 143-21 5. lOC(a) 

Reason for Proposed Action: The legislature amended the 
North Carolina General Statutes in the 1996 General 
Assembly Session to require animal waste management 
systems be permitted through the use of a series of general 
permits (143-215. IOC). Per the statute, permitting was to 
be initiated January 1, 1997. In order to begin, the 
permitting program needed the ability to issue general 
permits. The Environmental Management Commission 
adopted a temporary rule on October 10, 1996, which 
became effective on November 8, 1996, establishing rules 
implementing the animal waste nondischarge general permit 
program. Following publication of the temporary rule (15 A 
NCAC 2H .0225), the general permits for animal waste 
facilities were processed and issued. During the 
development of and the public hearing process for the 
animal waste general permits, staff determined that 
modifications to the adopted temporary rule were necessary 
to implement the animal waste program in accordance with 
other State land-based disposal permitting. 

The publication of the temporary rule, also acted as the 
notice of a proposed permanent rule making. A hearing was 
subsequently held on the proposed permanent rule on 
January 30, 1997. At that public hearing, staff presented 
materials recommending modifications to the nde to enable 
the animal waste permitting program to be carried out in 
accordance with other State nondischarge permitting 
programs. Multiple commenters also suggested that the rule 
needed to modified. 

The modifications to the rule include providing the ability 
to implement a compliance boundary established in 
accordance with Classifications and Water Quality 
Standards Applicable to the Groundwaters of North 
Carolina (15A NCAC 2L .0107) for attainment of 
groundwater quality standards on each site, as well as other 
minor clarifying modifications. All other land-based 
nondischarge permit programs use compliance boundaries 
for determining if a facility is adequately protecting the 



groundwater quality standards. The original intent was to 
use compliance boundaries with the animal general permits 
as well. The intent can be supported by the record of the 
permit development which included compliance boundary 
provisions in the draft versions of the general permits and 
also from the hearing officers' report on the general permits. 
However, upon review of the temporary nde adopted in 
October 1996, staff determined that the language 
inadvertently prohibited the use of groundwater compliance 
boundaries. In order to implement the animal waste 
permitting program in accordance with other land-based 
nondischarge permitting programs and the groundwater 
regulations, the previously adopted temporary rule requires 
modification. 

A permanent rule is required to enable the continued use of 
general permitting for animal waste operations as mandated 
by G.S. 143-215. IOC. This amended temporary rule would 
continue to act as the foundation to provide the Division with 
the authority to modify and re-issue general permits and to 
continue to dewlop new animal general permits as necessary. 
The ability to issue general permits will increase the efficiency 
and effectiveness of the permitting program, reduce the time 
required to obtain a permit and provide for increased public 
input into the development of the general permits. 

Comment Procedures: Comments, statements, data and 
other information may be submitted in writing within 30 days 
after the date of publication of this issue in the North 
Carolina Register. Copies of the proposed rules and 
information package may be obtained by contacting the 
Permits & Engineering Unit at (919)733-5083 (ext. 574 or 
ext. 524). Written comments may be submitted to Coleen 
Sullins, Division of Water Quality, Water Quality Section, 
Permits & Engineering Unit, P.O. Box 29535, Raleigh, NC 
27626-0535. 

CHAPTER 2 - ENVIRONMENTAL 
MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 2H - PROCEDURES FOR 
PERMITS: APPROVALS 

SECTION .0200 - WASTE NOT DISCHARGED 
SURFACE WATERS 

.0225 CONDITIONS FOR ISSUING GENERAL 
PERMITS 

(a) In accordance with the provisions of G.S. 143- 
215.1(b)(3) and (d), general permits may be developed by the 
Division and issued by the Director for categories of activities 
covered by this Rule. General permits may be written for 
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similar operations, have similar treated waste characteristics, 
require the same limitations or operating conditions, and 
require the same or similar monitoring. In accordance with 
G.S. 143-215. IOC, general permits may be issued for any 
category of animal operation, based on species, number of 
animals, and other relevant factors. Each of the general 
permits shall be issued under G.S. 143-215. 1(d). After 
issuance of a general permit by the Director, persons 
operating facilities described by the general permit may 
request coverage under it, and the Director or his designee 
may grant appropriate certification. All individual 
operations which receive a "Certificate of Coverage" under 
a general permit are permitted under the specific general 
permit for which the coverage was issued. A Certificate of 
Coverage shall mean the approval given to facilities that 
meet the requirements of coverage under the general permit. 
Persons operating facilities covered under general permits 
developed in accordance with this Rule shall be subject to 
the same limits, conditions, management practices, 
enforcement authorities, and rights and privileges as 
specified in the general permit. 

(b) Upon development of a draft general permit, the 
Director shall publicly notice under G.S. 143-215.4 (b)(1) 
and (2), at least 30 days prior to final action, an intent to 
issue the general permit. A one time publication of the 
notice in a newspaper having general circulation in the 
geographic areas affected by the proposed permit shall be 
required. The notice shall provide the name, address and 
phone number of the agency issuing the notice, a brief 
description of the intended action, and a brief description of 
the procedures for the formulation of final determinations, 
including a 30-day comment period and other means by 
which interested persons may comment upon the 
determinations. 

(c) No provisions in any general permit issued under this 
Rule shall be interpreted as allowing the permittee to violate 
state surface water quality standards, groundwater quality 
standards outside a Compliance Boundary established in 
accordance with 15A NCAC 2L .0107 (b). (c). (e)(2)(A). 
(e)(2)(C). (f)(1). (f)(3). (Ill lii and liLL or other applicable 
en\ironmental standards. Construction of new water supplv 
wells for human consumption shall be prohibited within 
Compliance Boundaries for facilities covered under general 
permits issued under this Section. General permits issued 
pursuant to this Rule will be considered individual permits 
for purposes of Compliance Boundaries established under 
15A NCAC 2L .0107. 

(d) To obtain an individual certificate of coverage, a 
Notice of Intent to be covered by the general permit must be 
given using forms provided by the Division, following the 



a p plica t ion pr ocedu re s s pe cifi e d in t his Secti 



-+FaH 



in t nis section. 
r equi r emen t s are me t . cove r age Coverage under the general 
permit may shall be granted unless the Director makes a 
determination under Paragraph (h) of this Rule that an 
individual permit is required. If all requirements are not 
met, an individual permit application and full application 
review procedure shall be required. 



(e) General permits shall be effective for a term not to 
exceed five years at the end of which the Division may renew 
them. The Division shall satisfy public notice requirements 
prior to renewal of general permits. Operators covered by 
general permits need not submit new Notices of Intent or 
renewal requests unless so directed by the Division. If the 
Division chooses not to renew a general permit, all operations 
covered under that general permit shall be notified to submit 
applications for individual permits. 

(0 Anyone engaged in activities covered by the general 
permit rules but not permitted in accordance with this Section 
shall be considered in violation of G.S. 143-215.1. 

(g) Any individual covered or considering coverage under 
a general permit may choose to pursue an individual permit 
for any operation covered by this Rule. 

(h) The Director may require any person, otherwise 
eligible for coverage under a general permit, to apply for an 
individual permit by notifying that person that an application 
is required. Notification shall consist of a written description 
of the reason(s) for the decision, appropriate permit 
application forms and application instructions, a statement 
establishing the required date for submission of the 
application, and a statement informing the person that 
coverage by the general permit shall automatically terminate 
upon issuance of the individual permit. Reasons for requiring 
application for an individual permit may include: 

(1) the operation is a significant contributor of 
p ollu t ants: pollutants to the waters of the state: 

(2) conditions at the permitted site change, altering the 
constituents or characteristics of the wastewater 
such that the operation no longer qualifies for 
coverage under a general permit; 

(3) noncompliance with the general permit; 

(4) noncompliance with Division Rules; 

(5) a change has occurred in the availability of 
demonstrated technology or practices for the 
control or abatement of pollutants applicable to the 
operation; 

(6) a determination that there has been or is the 
potential to have a direct discharge of wastewater, 
sludge or residuals to waters of the state; 

(7) the system has been allowed to deteriorate or leak 
such that it poses an immediate threat to the 
environment. 

(i) General permits or individual certificate of coverages 
may be modified, terminated, or revoked and reissued in 
accordance with the authority and requirements of rules of 
this Section. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 143-215. 1: 143-215. 3(a)(1); 

143-21 5. IOC: 

Temporary Adoption Eff. Noveniber 8, 1996; 

Temporar.' Amendment Eff. May 8^ 1997. 



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Rule-making Agency: EHNR - Environmental Management 
Commission 

Rule Citation: 15A NCAC 2R . 0501 - . 0504 

Effective Date: May 6, 1997 

Findings Reviewed by Beecher R. Gray: Approved 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 143-214.8 through 
143-214.13 

Reason for Proposed Action: During the 1996 session of 
the North Carolina General Assembly, Article 21 of Chapter 
143 of the General Statutes was amended by adding sections 
143-214.8 through 214. 13. These sections established the 
Wetlands Restoration Program as a non-regulatory statewide 
program for the acquisition, maintenance, restoration, 
enhancement, and creation of wetland and riparian 
resources that contribute to the protection and improvement 
of water quality, flood prevention, fisheries, wildlife habitat, 
and recreational opportunities. The purpose of this rule- 
making initiative is to establish the Wetlands Restoration 
Fund, which is a component of the Wetlands Restoration 
Program, and a standardized schedule of per acre payment 
amounts for individuals to voluntarily pay into the find in 
lieu of compensatory mitigation requirements. 

Comment Procedures: Comments, statements, data and 
other information may be submitted in writing within 60 
days of the date of publication of this issue of the NC 
Register. Copies of the proposed rules and information 
concerning the rules may by obtained by contacting the 
Wetlands Restoration Program at (919) 733-5083 ext. 358 
or by submitting a written request to the address below. 
Written comments may be submitted to Ron Terrell, 
Wetlands Restoration Program, Division of Water Quality, 
P.O. Box 29535. Raleigh, NC 27626-0535. 

SUBCHAPTER 2R - WETLANDS 
RESTORATION PROGRAM 

SECTION .0500 - WETLANDS 
RESTORATION FUND 

.0501 PURPOSE 

(a) The purpose of the Wetlands Restoration Fund (Fund) 
is to provide a repository for monetary contributions or 
payments and donations or dedications of interests in real 
property. Fund assets will be used to promote the 
restoration, enhancement, preservation, or creation of 
wetlands and riparian areas. Fund assets will only be used 
for the purpose of contributing directly to the acquisition, 
perpemal maintenance, enhancement, restoration, or creation 



of wetlands and riparian areas as described in G.S. 143-214.8 
through 143-214.13 in accordance with the wetlands 
restoration plans developed for each river basin. 

(b) Payments into the Fund as determined in accordance 
with Rule .0502 of this Section shall be considered as 
compliance with the compensatory mitigation requirements of 
certifications issued by the Department under 33 U.S.C. 1 
1341: and permits or authorizations issued by the United 
States Army Corps of Engineers under 33 U.S.C. 1 1344 if 
the contributions will meet the mitigation requirements of the 
U. S^ Army Corp s of Engineers. 

(c) Donations or dedications of interest in real property 
may be accepted if consistent with the goaJs and objectives of 
the restoration plan for the river basin as determined by the 
Secretary or Designee. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 143-214.11; 143-214.12; 
Temporary Adoption Eff. May 6. 1997. 

.0502 DEFINITIONS 

(a) Compensatory mitigation means the restoration, 
creation, enhancement or preservation of wetlands, riparian 
areas and classified surface waters that is required as a 
condition of certifications issued by the Department under 33 
U.S.C. ^ 1341 and permits or authorizations issued by the 
United States Army Corps of Engineers under 33 U.S.C. 1 
1341. 

(b) Non-riparian wetlands means Class WL wetlands as 
defmed in 15 A NCAC 2B .0101(c)(8) whose major source of 
water is precipitation. Wetland types generally considered to 
be non-riparian include wet flats, pocosins and ephemeral 
wetlands. 

(c) Riparian wetlands means Class WL wetlands as defmed 
in 15A NCAC 2B .0101(c)(8) whose major source of water 
is ground water or surface water. Wetland types generally 
considered to be riparian include freshwater marshes, swamp 
forests, bottomland hardwood forests, headwater forests, bog 
forests, mountain bo gs and seeps. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 143-214.11; 143-214. 12; 
Temporary Adoption Eff. May 6, 1997. 

.0503 SCHEDULE OF FEES 

(a) This schedule of fees is based on the cost of restoring 
or creating wetlands or surface waters capable of performing 
the same or similar functions as the wetlands or surface 
waters that have been impaired by permitted development 
projects. The fees include directly related costs of restoration 
planning. land acquisition. long-term monitoring, 
maintenance and preservation of restored areas. 

(b) The amount of payment into the Fund jn lieu of 
compensatory mitigation requirements as described in Rule 
.05Ql(b) of this Section shall be determined in accordance 
with Subparagraphs (1) through (3) of this Paragraph. The 
fee will be based on the acres and types of compensatorv 
mitigation specified in the approved U.S. Army Corps of 
Engineers permit under 33 U.S.C. § 1344 or the certification 



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issued by this Department under 33 U.S.C. ^ 1341 . 



£2] 



Payments shall be calculated in 0.25 acre increments for 

wetlands and by the linear foot for streams. 

( 1) Classified surface waters other than wetlands as 
defined in 15A NCAC 2B .0202. The payment 
shall be one hundred twenty-five dollars (S125.00) 
per linear foot of stream. 

Class WL wetlands as defined m 15 A NCAC 2B 
.0101(0(8). The payment shall be: 

(A) twelve thousand dollars ($12.000) per acre 
for non-riparian wetlands. 

(B) twentv-four thousand dollars ($24.000) p er 
acre for riparian wetlands. 

Class SWL wetlands as defined in 15 A NCAC 2B 

.0101(d)(4). The payment shall be one hundred 

twenty thousand dollars ($120.000) per acre. 

(c) Donations or dedications of interest in real property 

may be accepted in lieu of compensatory mitigation 

requirements as described in Rule .0501(b) of this Section 

provided that the property has been identified as an approved 

site in the restoration plan developed for each river basin. 

Other properties may be considered by the Secretary or his 

designee on a case-by-case basis. The decision on whether 

to accept other properties shall include a determination that 

restoration or preservation of the property is consistent with 



ill 



the goals and objectives of the restoration plan for the river 
basin. The amount of credit for donations of property shall 
consider the costs of restoration planning, long-term 
monitoring, and maintenance of the donated property. 

(d) This fee schedule will be subject to update and revision 
upon determination that assessed fees vary from the actual 
costs of restoration activities described in Rule .0501(a) of 
this Section. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 143-214.11: 143-214.12: 
Temporary' Adoption Eff. May 6^ 1997. 

.0504 PAYMENT 

(a) Payment of fees shall be made by check or electronic 
fund transfer to the North Carolina Wetland Restoration 
Fund. 

(b) Donations or dedications of interest in real property 
shall be deeded to the State of North Carolina or to other 
public or private nonprofit conservation organizations as 
approved by the Department. 

History Note: Authority G. S. 143-214. 11: 143-214. 12; 
Temporary Adoption Eff. May 6^ 1997. 



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RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 



1 his Section contains the agenda for the next meeting of the Rules Review Commission on Thursday. May 15. 1997. 10:00 
a.m.. at 1307 Glenwood Ave., Assembly Room, Raleigh, NC. Anyone wishing to submit written comment on any rule before 



the Commission should submit those comments to the RRC staff, the agency, and the individual Commissioners by Monday. 
Max 12, 1997. ai 5:00p.m. Specific instructions and addresses may be obtained from the Rules Review Commission at 919- 
733-2721. Anyone wishing to address the Commission should notify the RRC staff and the agency at least 24 hours prior 
to the meeting. 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION MEMBERS 



Appointed by Senate 

Philip O. Redwine - Chairman 

Vemice B. Howard 

Teresa L. Smallwood 

Charles H. Henry 



Appointed by House 

Bill Graham - Vice Chairman 

James Mallory, III 

Paul Powell 

Anita White 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION MEETING DATES 



June 19, 1997 
July 17, 1997 
August 21, 1997 



September 18, 1997 
October 16, 1997 
November 20, 1997 



MEETING DATE: MAY 15, 1997 



LOG OF FILINGS 
RULES SUBMITTED: MARCH 20, 1997 THROUGH APRIL 20, 1997 



AGENCY/DIVISION 



RULE NAME 



Standards for Receptacles 

Definitions 

Special Requirements 

Gate Fees 

Retail Buildings 

Gate Fees 

Farmers and Truckers Sheds 

Yearly Delivery Permit 

AGRICULTURE/NC BOARD OF AGRICULTURE 

Importation Requirements 
Calfhood Vaccination 
Intrastate Requirements 

DHR/COMMISSION FOR MH/DD/SAS 

Staff 

Operations 

Staff 

Placement of Clients 

Resolution of Differences 

DHR/DIVISION OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE 

Case Management 



RULE 


ACTION 


tKETING AUTHORITY 




2 NCAC 43F .0003 


Amend 


2 NCAC 43H .0001 


Amend 


2 NCAC 43H .0007 


Adopt 


2 NCAC 43L .0202 


Amend 


2 NCAC 43L .0401 


Amend 


2 NCAC 43L .0402 


Amend 


2 NCAC 43L .0403 


Amend 


2 NCAC 43L .0405 


Amend 


2 NCAC 52B .0212 


Amend 


2 NCAC 52B .0303 


Amend 


2 NCAC 52C .0701 


Adopt 


10 NCAC 14V .3402 


Amend 


10 NCAC 14V .3803 


Amend 


10 NCAC 14V .5602 


Amend 


10 NCAC 15A .0128 


Repeal 


10 NCAC 15A .0129 


Repeal 



10NCAC26B .0123 



Amend 



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Cost Reporting 



10 NCAC 26H .0104 



Amend 



JUSTICE/STATE BUREAU INVESTIGATION/DIVISION OF CRIMINAL INFORMATION 

Advisory Policy Board 12 NCAC 4E .0103 Amend 



RULES REVIEW OBJECTIONS 



ACUPUNCTURE LICENSESG BOARD 



21 NCAC 1 .0706 - Continuances 

Agency Revised Rule 
21 NCAC 1 .0707 - Disqualification for Personal Bias 

Agency Revised Rule 

ADMINISTRATION 

State Construction 

I NCAC 30G .0102 - Policy 

No Response from Agency 
1 NCAC JOG .0104 - General Procedures 

No Response from Agency 

COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

23 NCAC 2C .0304 - Student Loan Funds for Vocational and Technical Education 

Agency Revised Rule 
23 NCAC 2E .0203 - Standards for Technical-Vocational Curriculums 

Agenc^' Revised Rule 

EN\ IRONMENT, HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Coastal Management 

15A NCAC 7M .0403 - Policy Statements 
Agency Revised Rule 

Marine Fisheries 

15A NCAC 30 .0101 - License Agents 

HUMAN RESOURCES 
Child Dav Care Commission 



RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 



RRC Objection 
RRC Objection 



RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 



RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 



RRC Objection 



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02/20/97 
01/16/97 
02/20/97 



03/20/97 
04/17/97 
03/20/97 
04/17/97 



01/16/97 
02/20/97 
01/16/97 
02/20/97 



01/16/97 
02/20/97 



04/17/97 



10 NCAC 3U .0707 - ln-Ser\ice Training Requirements 
Agency Revised Rule 

Facility Services 

10 NCAC 3R .3030 - Facility and Service Need Determinations 

Agency Revised Rule 

No Response from Agency 

Agency Revised Rule 

Agency Revised Rule 
10 NCAC 3R .3033 - Open Heart Surgery Services Need Determinations (Rev. Cat. H) 



10 NCAC 3R .3034 - Heart-Lung Bypass Mch. Need Del. /New Open Heart Sgy. Svcs. 



RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 



RRC Objection 
Obj. Cont'd 
Obj. Cont'd 
Obj. Cont'd 
Obj. Removed 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Cont'd 
Obj. Cont'd 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Cont'd 



03/20/97 
04/17/97 



10/17/96 
11/21/96 
12/19/96 
02/20/97 
03/20/97 
01/16/97 
02/20/97 
03/20/97 
01/16/97 
02/20/97 



2078 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May I, 1997 



11:27 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 



Rule Returned to Agency 
10 NCAC 3R .3035 - Heart-Lung Bypass Mch. Need Det. /Existing Open Heart Sgy. Svcs. 

Rule Returned to Agency 
10 NCAC 3R .3036 - Cardiac Catheterization Eqpt Need Det. /New Providers 

Rule Returned to Agency 
10 NCAC 3R .3037 - Cardiac Catheterization Eqpt Need Det. /Existing Providers 

Rule Returned to Agency 
10 NCAC 3R .3038 - Cardiac Angioplasty Eqpt Need Det. /New Providers 

Rule Returned to Agency 
10 NCAC 3R .3039 - Cardiac Angioplasty Eqpt Need Det. /Existing Providers 

Rule Returned to Agency 

Medical Assistance 

10 NCAC 26B .0113 - Case Mgmt Svcs/Adults/Children/at Risk/Abuse/Neglect/Exploitation 
Returned to Agency for Failure to Comply with APA 

Mental Health: Other Programs 

10 NCAC 18W.0201 - Scope 

Agency Revised Rule 
10 NCAC 18W .0203 - General Provisions 

Agency Revised Rule 
10 NCAC 18W .0205 - Emotional, Mental or Neurological Handicap Defined 

Agency Revised Rule 
10 NCAC 18W .0211 - Needs Assessment 

Agency Revised Rule 
10 NCAC 18W .0214 - Area Program Requirements 

Agency Revised Rule 
10 NCAC 18W .0215 - Division Requirements 

Agency Revised Rule 

10 NCAC 18W .0218 - Contested Case Hearings 

Agency Revised Rule 

INSURANCE 

11 NCAC 12 .1702 - Viatical Settlement Providers 

Agency Revised Rule 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission 

12 NCAC 9B .0102 - Background Investigation 

BOARD OF NURSING 

21 NCAC 36 .0320 - Students 
Agency Revised Rule 

BOARD OF PHARMACY 





03/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


ObJ. Cont'd 


02/20/97 




03/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Cont'd 


02/20/97 




03/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Cont'd 


02/20/97 




03/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Cont'd 


02/20/97 




03/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Cont'd 


02/20/97 




03/20/97 





04/17/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 



RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 



RRC Objection 



RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 



03/20/97 
04/17/97 



04/17/97 



03/20/97 
04/17/97 



21 NCAC 46 .1317- Definitions 

Agency Revised Rule 
21 NCAC 46 .1410- Personnel 



RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 
RRC Objection 



03/20/97 
04/17/97 
03/20/97 



11:27 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



2079 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 



Agency Revised Rule 
21 NCAC 46 .1411 - Responsibilities of the Pharmacist-Manager 

Agency Revised Rule 
21 NCAC 46 . 1412 - Physical Requirements 

Agency Revised Rule 
21 NCAC 46 .1414 - Drug Distribution and Control 

Agency Revised Rule 
21 NCAC 46 . 1415 - Medication in Health Care Faciliry Emergency Departments 

Agency Revised Rule 
21 NCAC 46 .1416- Repackaging 

Agency Revised Rule 
21 NCAC 46 .1604 - Transfer of Permits Allowed 

Agency Revised Rule 
21 NCAC 46 .1703 - Drugs to Be Dispensed 

Agency Revised Rule 
21 NCAC 46 .2611 - Medical Equipment 

Agency Revised Rule 



Obj. Removed 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 



04/1 7/97 
03/20/97 
04/1 7/97 
03/20/97 
04/1 7/97 
03/20/97 
04/1 7/97 
03/20/97 
04/17/97 
03/20/97 
04/1 7/97 
03/20/97 
04/1 7/97 
03/20/97 
04/17/97 
03/20/97 
04/17/97 



TRANSPORTATION 



Division of Motor Vehicles 

19A NCAC 3 J .0306 - Course of Instruction 

Agency Revised Rule 
19A NCAC 3 J .0307 - Student Requirements 

Rule Returned to Agency 
19A NCAC 3 J .0308 - Reports to be Submitted 

Agency Revised Rule 



RRC Objection 


02/20/97 


Obj. Removed 


03/20/97 


RRC Objection 


02/20/97 




03/20/97 


RRC Objection 


02/20/97 


Obj. Removed 


03/20/97 



2080 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



11:27 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



1 his Section contains the fall text of some of the more significant Administrative Law Judge decisions along with an index 
to all recent contested cases decisions which are filed under North Carolina's Administrative Procedure Act. Copies of 
the decisions listed in the index and not published are available upon request for a minimal charge by contacting the Office 
of Administrative Hearings, (919) 733-2698. 



OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 

Chief Administrative Law Judge 
JULIAN MANN, III 

Senior Administrative Law Judge 
FRED G. MORRISON JR. 

ADMINISTRA TIVE LA W JUDGES 



Brenda B. Becton 
Sammie Chess Jr. 
Beecher R. Gray 
Meg Scott Phipps 



Robert Roosevelt Reilly Jr. 
Dolores O. Smith 
Thomas R. West 



AGENCY 



CASE 
NUMBER 



ALJ 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



ADMINISTRATION 

Douglas J Register v. Department of Administration 

Purchase and Contract 

Budd Seed. Inc. v Department of Administration 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL COMMISSION 

Osama Aralat Sadar v AJcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v James Eads Sprowles 
Cole Entertainment, Inc. v Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Fuad Saif Murshed v Ale. Bev. Ctl. Comm. & Durham Mem, Bapt. Ch. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Tremik, Inc 
City of Raleigh v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 

and 
Marshall Stewart, III, Robert David Park, and Park Stewart Inc 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Maria Virginia Tramontano 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Huffman Oil Co., Inc. 
Pinakin P. Talate v Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Entrepreneur, Inc. 
.Mcohnlic Beverage Control Commission v. Zell, Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Henry Franklin Gurganus 
Andrew Parker v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Barraq Sabri Alquza v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm v. Partnership T/A T & L Groceries 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Cashion's Food Mart, Inc 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. E.K.'s n. Inc. Carl E. Collins 
Bro Bee, Inc. v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Donald Ray Doak 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Janice Lorraine Jeter 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Well Informed, Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Kubbard, Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Slemmermans's. Inc 



96DOA0172 Reilly 



%DOA0281 Chess 



08/16/96 



09/19/96 



95 ABC 0721 


Gray 


07/09/96 




95 ABC 0883*' 


Gray 


07/10/96 




95 ABC 0917 


West 


08/21/96 


11:12 NCR 1027 


95 ABC 0922 


Chess 


04/24/96 




95 ABC 0925 


Morrison 


03/25/96 




95 ABC 1143 


Morrison 


11/08/96 


11:17 NCR 1362 


95 ABC 1200 


West 


04/23/96 




95 ABC 1251 


West 


04/03/96 


11:03 NCR 166 


95 ABC 1329 


West 


04/10/96 




95 /SiBC 1363 


Reilly 


05/02/96 




95 ABC 1366 


West 


06/17/96 




95 ABC 1389 


West 


04/01/96 




95 ABC 1402 


Phipps 


03/27/96 




95 ABC 1424 


Phipps 


04/03/96 




95 ABC 1443 


West 


03/26/96 




95 ABC 1444 


Gray 


03/13/96 




95 ABC 1458 


Chess 


08/12/96 




95 ABC 1480 


West 


04/15/96 




95 ABC 1488 


West 


03/29/96 




96 ABC 0013 


Reilly 


04/26/96 




96 ABC 0016 


Chess 


05/28/96 




96 ABC 0017 


Reilly 


05/20/96 




96 ABC 0018 


Chess 


05/28/96 





11:27 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



2081 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



George Wright and Alice Ramsuer v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Bayron Green 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Circle K Stores. Inc 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Robert Montgomery McKnight 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Cadillacs Discotheque, Inc 
Gerald Audry Sellars v Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Jacqueline Robin .Anthony 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Factory Night Club. Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v C.N H Enterprises. Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v, Millicent J Green 
Ghassan Hasan Issa v Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Abdelhakeem Muraweh Saleh 
.Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Triangle Drive-In 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Beroth Oil Company 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v, Beroth Oil Company 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Beroth Oil Company 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Beroth Oil Company 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Giles Rozier 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Clifton Franklin Smith 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. v. Crown Central Petroleum Corp. 
Dilthra Smith Patton v Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Virginia Caporal v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
.Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. James Eads Sprowles 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Chae Ypo Chong 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Albert S. Carter 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Taieb Abed Rahman 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm, v, Centergrove Entertainment Ent 
Michael L, Harris D/B, A Big House Inc, v. Alcoholic Beverage Control 
Joseph Marcel Etienne v Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
.Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Jesse Smith 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v, Winn Dixie Charlotte. Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Winn Dixie Charlotte, Inc, 
Louis Corpening v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Joyce N Capra 
HARB Inc. v Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
.Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Mutaz Mohammed 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Warner Enterprises. Inc, 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v James Ramsey. Jr, 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Russell Bernard Speller 
/Mcoholic Beverage Control Comm v Ptnrshp,.T,'A Blue Front Groc 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm v Crown Central Petroleum Corp 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Anthony Jerome Foster 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm v Park Entertainment. Inc, 
Lomax Brooks v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NLAIBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGIS ItR CITATION 


96 ABC 0058 


Becton 


04/16/96 




96 ABC 0097 


Becion 


08/23/96 




96 .ABC 01 34 


Gray 


11/06/96 




96 ABC 0135 


Phipps 


05/09/96 




96 ABC 0136 


Phipps 


12/04/96 




96 ABC 0160 


Becton 


06/25/96 


1 1:08 NCR 564 


96 ABC 0184 


Phipps 


05/09/96 




96 ABC 0226 


Phipps 


08/02/96 




96 .ABC 0232 


Becton 


07/09/96 




96 ABC 0234 


Smith 


06/13/96 




96 ABC 0256 


Morrison 


05/23/96 




96 ABC 0381 


Chess 


08/27/96 




96 ABC 0443 


Reilly 


06/11/96 




96 ABC 0447 


Morrison 


08/30/96 


11:13 NCR 1085 


96 ABC 0448 


Morrison 


08/30/96 




96 ABC 0449 


Morrison 


08/30/96 




96 ABC 0450 


Morrison 


08/30/96 




96 ABC 0473 


Morrison 


09/19/96 




96 ABC 0474 


Reilly 


08/12,'96 




96 ABC 0482 


Morrison 


10/18/96 




96 ABC 0505 


Morrison 


08/06/96 




96 ABC 0507 


Becton 


10/04/96 




96ABC0526»' 


Gray 


07/10/96 




96 ABC 0530 


Morrison 


10/29/96 




96 ABC 0534 


Morrison 


08/05/96 




96 ABC 0551 


West 


11/14/96 




96 ABC 0583 


Reilly 


08/12/96 




96 ABC 0680 


Phipps 


02/12/97 




96 ABC 0718 


Phipps 


10/17/96 




96 ABC 0804 


Gray 


11/19/96 




96 ABC 0858 


Morrison 


11/21/96 




96 ABC 0859 


Morrison 


11/21/96 




96 ABC 0985 


Gray 


09/26/96 




96 ABC 1060 


Reiliy 


11/15/96 




96 ABC 1124 


Phipps 


10/23/96 




96 ABC 1181 


Chess 


02/13/97 




96 ABC 1315 


Gray 


01/30/97 


11 23 NCR 1801 


96 .ABC 1317 


Gray 


02/03/97 




96 ABC 1394 


Smith 


12 '20/96 




96 ABC 1469 


Smith 


12/09/96 




96 ABC 1584 


Gray 


02/12/97 




96 ABC 1587 


Reilly 


01/29/97 




96 ABC 1928 


Smith 


02/06/97 




96 ABC 1930 


Gray 


03/21/97 





i 



( 



coM^^ssION for auctionters 



John W Foster v. Auctioneer Licensing Board 
Barry G York v Auctioneer Licensing Board 



96CFA0201 
96CFA0297 



Phipps 
Smith 



05/06/96 
10/18/96 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMLTsTTY COLLEGES 



James E Price, Sr v Central Carolina Community College. DCC 
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION 



97 DCC 2035 



Morrison 



04/15/97 



James J Lewis v Department of Correction 
.AMERIMARK. Inc v. Department of Correction 
Joseph Phillip Smith v. Department of Correction 



96 DOC 0772 


West 


09/05/96 


97 DOC 0040 


Morrison 


04/17/97 


97 DOC 0109 


Morrison 


04/15/97 



CRIME CONTROL ANT) PL'BLIC S.AFETY 



Roland Lee Kelly. Jr v. United Family Services. Victim Assistance/Crime 

Victims Compensation Comm. 
Robert F Bronsdon v Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Helen B Hunier-Reid v Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Deborah C, Passarelli v Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Kenneth Saunders v. Victims Compensation Commission 
Franklin .McCoy Jones v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Ruby H, Ford v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
.Manuel Cervantes v. Victims Compensation Fund 
Sheila Carol Blake v. Victims Compensation Commission 
James T, Mungo v. Victims Compensation Commission 
Jerome Crutcht'ield v CPS, Victims Compensation Commission 



95 CPS 0568 


Morrison 


05/29/96 






95 CPS 1216 


Chess 


05/28/96 






95 CPS 1336 


Smith 


03/29/96 


11:02 NCR 


93 


95 CPS 1399 


Reilly 


07/18/96 


11:09 NCR 


814 


95 CPS 1445 


Chess 


03/26/96 






96 CPS 0056 


Smith 


07/03/96 






96 CPS 01 10 


Reilly 


04/18/96 






96 CPS 01 18 


Chess 


03/19,'96 






96 CPS 0280 


West 


07/10/96 






96 CPS 0333 


Reilly 


07/09/96 






96 CPS 0340 


Phipps 


09/05/96 







2082 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



11:27 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



William Theodore Frazier v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

Emma Coble v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

Donna Williams v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

Daisy Reid v Crrme Victims Compensation Commission 

Earlie McLaurin. Jr. Delano McLaurin, Sr v Crime Victims Comp Comm 

Anthony P. Dawkins v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

Judy Worley Milam v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

James A. Cherry v. Crime Control & Public Safety 

Shirley M. King v. Crime Victims Compensation 

Mark Matthews for Child Victim v. Crime Victims Compensation Comm. 

Clara Durham v. Victims Compensation 

George Battle, Jr. v. Crime Control & Public Safety 

Larry McLeod v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

Shawn P. Saddler v. Victims Compensation Commission 

Ricky Cleveland v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

Melvin Lewis Huntley v. Victims Compensation Commission 

David Carl Anderson v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

Ronald Richardson v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

Douglas Alan West v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

Sandra Ray Weden v. Victim's Compensation Commission 

Alton R. Simmons v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96 CPS 0435 


Chess 


08/22/96 




96 CPS 0468 


Chess 


09/25/96 




96 CPS 0493 


Morrison 


06/13/96 




96 CPS 0499 


West 


11/18/96 




96 CPS 0639 


West 


01/21/97 




96 CPS 0716 


Reilly 


08/16/96 




96 CPS 0717 


Gray 


11/21/96 




96 CPS 0793 


Phipps 


01/17/97 




96 CPS 0802 


West 


08/08/96 




96 CPS 0832 


Becton 


08/20/96 




96 CPS 0906 


Phipps 


09/23/96 




96 CPS 1006 


Phipps 


01/17/97 




96 CPS 1073 


Smith 


03/14/97 




96 CPS 1109 


Morrison 


01/02/97 




96 CPS 1174 


Chess 


03/06/97 




96 CPS 1211 


Gray 


04/16/97 


11:28 NCR 0000 


96 CPS 1409 


Smith 


11/25/96 




96 CPS 1729 


Becton 


04/16/97 




96 CPS 1888 


West 


01/03/97 




97 CPS 0072 


Phipps 


03/11/97 




97 CPS 0091 


Becton 


04/17/97 





ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 



Gribble & Assoc, & Four Seasons Car Wash v. EHNR 

Webster Environmenul Inc. v. EHNR. Asbestos Hazard Mgmt. Branch 

Wilton Evans v Environment. Health, & Natural Resources 

David Martin Shelton v. Rockingham County Dept/Public Health, EHNR 

Kinston Urological Associates, P. A. v. N.C. Cancer Program 

Kinston Urological Associates, P. A. v. N.C. Cancer Program 

Elsie & Tony Cecchini v. Environment, Health, & Natural Resources 

United Organics Corporation v. Environment, Health, & Natural Res. 

Gerald Mac Clamrock v Environment, Health, & Natural Resources 

Phillip T. Goetz V. Carteret County Health Center 

John Milazzo v. Environment, Health, & Natural Resources 

Wayne Marshall, Pres. Metro Area Dev , Inc. v EHNR 

David J. Mohn v Environment, Health, & Natural Resources 

Robert D Smith v. Brunswick County Health Dept , Bolivia, NC 

Frederick Albritton and wife Peggy S, Albritton v. EHNR 

Elizabeth Shepard Covin v. Environment, Health, & Natural Resources 

The Papco Group, Inc v. Forsyth County Environmental Affairs Dept 

Reuben Massey v. Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Joseph London v. Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Gregory S. and Kimberly C. Maloney v. Environment. Health, & Nat. Res. 



95 EHR 0576 


Gray 


04/25/96 




95 EHR 0647 


Becton 


01/24/97 




95 EHR 0843 


Reilly 


07/17/96 




95 EHR 0941 


West 


05/01/96 




95 EHR 1198*= 


Smith 


03/27/96 


1 1 :02 NCR 97 


95 EHR 1199*= 


Smith 


03/27/96 


11:02 NCR 97 


95 EHR 1240 


Reilly 


04/22/96 




96 EHR 0064 


Smith 


07/01/96 




96 EHR 0168 


Phipps 


05/06/96 




96 EHR 0596 


Smith 


01/23/97 




96 EHR 0644 


Reilly 


08/13/96 




96 EHR 0826 


West 


10/01/96 




96 EHR 0947 


Smith 


10/04/96 




96 EHR 1057 


Chess 


02/04/97 




96 EHR 1126 


Reilly 


04/02/97 


11:27 NCR 2097 


96 EHR 1258 


Becton 


01/14/97 




96 EHR 1293 


Chess 


02/17/97 




96 EHR 1301 


Reilly 


12/18/96 




96 EHR 1397 


Reilly 


12/10/96 




97 EHR 0171 


Chess 


04/02/97 





Coastal Resources 



Martin W. Synger v. Division of Coastal Management 
J. E. Smith Construction Co. v. Division of Coastal Management 
Theodore D. Barris v. Town of Long Beach, NC & Coastal Mgmt, EHNR 
Town of Sunset Beach v. EHNR, Division of Coastal Management 



95 EHR 1006 


Chess 


05/13/96 




96 EHR 0074 


Smith 


02/23/96 




96 EHR 0277 


West 


05/09/96 




96 EHR 1112 


Becton 


03/26/97 


11:26 NCR 2045 



Environmental Health 



Forest Gate Motel v. Environment. Health, and Natural Resources 
Paradise Ridge Home Owners by Anne Norburn v. EHNR, Env. Health 
Zack Diakogiannis v. EHNR, Division of Environmental Health 



96 EHR 0076 


West 


06/17/96 


96 EHR 0162 


Phipps 


05/06/96 


96 EHR 0768 


Gray 


01/08/97 



Environmental Management 



Frank A. Corriher & Sons Well Drilling, Inc. v. Env. Mgmt.. EHNR 
North Buncombe Assoc of Concerned Citizens v. Env Mgmt. EHNR 
Ford Motor Company v. EHNR. Division of Environmental Management 
Herman E Smith v. Division of Environmental Management 
Lake Summit Property Owners Assoc, v. EHNR. Environmental Mgmt. 
Conover Lumber Co., Inc. v EHNR. Division of Environmental Mgmt. 
City of Reidsville. a Municipal Corp. v. EHNR. Environmental Mgmt. 
Jack West d/b/a Jack West Tree Service v. Environmental Mgmt. Comm. 
The Smithfield Packing Co.. Inc.. v. EHNR, Environmental Mgmt. 
and 
Citizens for Clean Industry, Inc. and Bladen Environment 
Commscope, Inc. v EHNR, Division of Environmental Management 
Stephen L. Reedy v. EHNR, Division of Environmental Management 



95 EHR 0048 


Phipps 


09/20/96 


11:14 NCR 


1191 


95 EHR 0108 


Chess 


02/03/97 


11:24 NCR 


1866 


95 EHR 0588 


Smith 


12/20/96 






95 EHR 0962 


West 


04/30/96 






95 EHR 1022 


Reilly 


12/30/96 






95 EHR 1081 


Reilly 


04/12/96 






95 EHR 1335 


Gray 


10/01/96 


11:15 NCR 


1249 


95 EHR 1421 


Morrison 


04/08/96 






95 EHR 1474 


West 


07/03/96 






96 EHR 0078 


Gray 


12/23/96 






96 EHR 0181 


Gray 


12/16/96 







11:27 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



2083 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



Rayco Uiililies. Inc v EHNR. Division of Environmental Management 
Clover M Farms, Inc. v EHNR, Division of Environmental Management 
Providence Glen Associates v. Environmental Management, EHNR 
Overcash Gravel & Grading Co.. Inc. v. Division of Environmental Mgmt 

Land Resources 

K&G Properties. Inc. v. EHNR. Division of Land Resources 

Marine Fisheries 

Robert I. Swinson. Sr v EHNR. Health & Nat Res.. Marine Fisheries 
Grayden L Fulcher and Michael Styron. Sr v Div. of Marine Fisheries 
Johnny R Siotesberry v Marine Fisheries Commission 
Julian G Gilgo v Environment. Healih. and Natural Resources 

Radiation Protection 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


AU 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96EHR0367 


Becton 


10/04/96 




96 EHR 0405 


Becton 


06/10/96 




% EHR 0648 


Becton 


08/12/96 




96 EHR 0990 


West 


10/29/96 





95 EHR 1078 Smith 



03/25/96 



95 EHR 0320 


Chess 


03/29/96 


11 03 NCR 


168 


96 EHR 0003 


ReiUy 


03/06/96 






96 EHR 0072 


Gray 


08/19/96 


11 11 NCR 


955 


96 EHR 0692 


West 


12/06/96 


11:19 NCR 


1530 



Marsha L Powell v EHNR. Division of Radiation Protection 
Nancy S Webb v EHNR, Division of Radiation Protection 
Olivia Joyce Foushee v. EHNR. Division of Radiation Protection 

Waste Management 



96 EHR 1116 


Smith 


10/10/96 


96 EHR 1131 


Gray 


10/23/96 


96 EHR 1221 


Chess 


01/31/97 



R. Donald Phillips v EHNR, Solid Waste Management Division 95 EHR 1 190** 

R Donald Phillips V EHNR, Solid Waste Management Division 96 EHR 0554*' 

GRACE and Margaret L. Caudle-Beck v EHNR, Solid Waste Management 96 EHR 1 125 
GRACE and Margaret L. Caudle-Beck v. EHNR, Solid Waste Management 96 EHR 1125 
Herman Regmi V EHNR. Division of Solid Waste Management 96 EHR 1711 



Gray 


05/22/96 


Gray 


05/22/96 


Phipps 


12/06/96 


Phipps 


02/18/97 


Chess 


03/19/97 



Water Quality 

Ben Moses v. EHNR. Division of Water Quality 

WIC Program 

Lazelle Marks v EHNR. Division of Maternal and Child Health 
Ham Sader v. Nutrition Services. Div/Maiernal & Child Health. EHNR 
Bob's Quick Mart. Bobby D. Braswell v Env.. Health. & Natural Res. 
Larry E Mis v USDA-Food/Cons Svc. Cory Menees-WIC Prog.. EHNR 
Naser H Hammad v. Dept of Environment. Health. & Natural Resources 
Jamil M Saleh v. Dept. of Environment, Health. & Natural Resources 
Khaled M. Alzer v Dept. of Environment, Health, & Natural Resources 
LMT Enterprises, Inc v EHNR. Maternal & Child Health, Nutrition Svcs. 

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES 

Marsha Dianne McKoy v DHR. DMH/DD/SAS. Caswell Center 
Carl D. Davis v Department of Correction 

HUMAN RESOURCES 

Cassandra M. Deshazo v Christine E Carroll. Chf Chid Abuse/Neg Sec. 

Medicus Robinson v. F^epartment of Human Resources 

Brilthaven, Inc v DHR. Div/Facility Services. Certification Section 

Mr &. Mrs Ronald Harris v Department of Human Resources 

Chris and Wendy Cook v Department of Human Resources 

Linda Gabriel Wallace v Charlotte Health Care Center 

Gerald F Clemons. Deborah B Clemons v Dept of Human Resources 

Shawn C. Battle. Sherry A Battle v Department of Human Resources 



96 EHR 1085 



90 EEC 0379 

91 EEC 1101 



Phipps 



Chess 
Smith 



01/21/97 



95 EHR 0870 


West 


03/27/96 


96 EHR 0054 


West 


05/22/96 


96 EHR 0091 


Smith 


04/02/96 


96 EHR 0164 


Phipps 


03/19/96 


96 EHR 0632 


Reilly 


07/09/96 


96 EHR 0634 


Phipps 


09/04/96 


96 EHR 0721 


Reilly 


07/30/96 


96 EHR 1118 


Chess 


03/20/97 



10/08/96 
05/06/96 



95 DHR 1410 


Phipps 


03/28/96 


96 DHR 0167 


Smith 


04/12/96 


96 DHR 0186 


Reilly 


03/06/97 


96 DHR 0864 


Gray 


03/14/97 


96 DHR 1 543 


Reilly 


04/11/97 


96 DHR 1 544 


Phipps 


01/23/97 


96 DHR 1701 


Smith 


04/07/97 


96 DHR 1703 


Chess 


03/18/97 



Division of Child Development 

Molly Fallin v Department of Human Resources 

Molly Fallin v Department of Human Resources 

Mary T Hill v. DHR. Division of Child Development 

lola Roberson v DHR. Division of Child Development 

Zannie M Allen v DHR, Division of Child Development 

Mt. Pleasant Church v DHR. Division of Child Development 

Rolling Oaks Day Care Home Patricia M Lapier v DHR, Div/Child Dev. 

Yvette Nivens v DHR. Division of Child Development 

Sarah M Carr. CSWM v DHR, Division of Child Development 

Anita Hamilton. VL's Day Care Center v DHR, Div of Child Development 



94 DHR 0872*' 


Gray 


05/15/96 


95 DHR 1013*' 


Gray 


05/15/96 


95 DHR 1192 


Phipps 


03/27/96 


95 DHR 1244 


Gray 


05/16/96 


96 DHR 0304 


Gray 


08/15/96 


96 DHR 0720 


Gray 


11/19/96 


96 DHR 1108 


Gray 


04/17/97 


96 DHR 1161 


Morrison 


11/19/96 


96 DHR 2089 


Smith 


02/11/97 


97 DHR 0033 


Gray 


03/18/97 



2084 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



11:27 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



CASE 
NUMBER 



AU 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



Division of Facility Services 

Eloise Brown v. Dept, of Human Resources. Division of Facility Services 

Harry Martin Bastian v. DHR. Division of Facility Services 

Kelly Thomas v. DHR. Division of Facility Services 

Community Care ttl v. DHR, Division of Facility Services 

Community Care #4 v. DHR, Division of Facility Services 

Billie Mitchell v. Department of Human Resources (DFS) 

Jo Ann Boyd Capps v. DHR. Division of Facility Services 

Peggy Murray v. DHR. Division of Facility Services 

Harold R. Jackson v. DHR. Division of Facility Services 

Richard Joseph Bisciaio v. DHR. (Nurse Aide Registry) Div. /Facility Svcs. 

Gloria J Butler v DHR. Division of Facility Services 



95 DHR 1002 


Phipps 


03/07/96 




96 DHR 0287 


West 


08/21/96 




96 DHR 0670 


Becton 


01/29/97 


11:23 NCR 1803 


96 DHR 0934 


Becton 


10/16/96 




96 DHR 0935 


Becton 


10/16/96 




96 DHR 0975 


Phipps 


01/02/97 




96 DHR 1115 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 DHR 1531 


Smith 


01/31/97 




96 DHR 1834 


Chess 


04/10/97 




96 DHR 1971 


West 


02/24/97 




96 DHR 21 13 


West 


01/31/97 





Cenificaie of Need Section 

Nash Hospitals. Inc v DHR. Div/Facility Services. Cert of Need Sect. 
Pitt Cty Mem. Hospital. Inc. v. DHR. Div/Facility Svcs. Cert/Need Sect. 
Tar Heel Home Health. Inc. v. DHR. Div/Facility Svcs. Cert/Need Sect. 



95 DHR 1176*' Phipps 

95 DHR 1177** Phipps 

96 DHR 0513 Morrison 



05/23/96 
05/23/96 
01/22/97 



11 06 NCR 389 
1 1 06 NCR 389 
11:22 NCR 1761 



Group Care Licensure Section 

Alex L McCall v DHR. Div/Facility Svcs. Group Care Licensure Sec. 
DHR. Facility Services. Group Care Licensure Sect, v Petrova Evans 
Leola Barnes. Shaw/ Family Care v. DHR. Fac. Svcs. Group Care Lic. 
Gracelane Rest Home v Group Care Lie. Section. Div of Soc Svcs 



95 DHR 1456 


Smith 


03/26/96 


96 DHR 0544 


Phipps 


08/21/96 


96 DHR 0626 


West 


10/01/96 


96 DHR 0944 


Becton 


10/16/96 



Medical Facilities Licensure Section 



Britthaven. Inc. v. DHR. Div/Facility Svcs. Medical Facilities Lie Sec 

Deborah Reddick v. Department of Human Resources 

Stacey Yvetle Franklin v. Facility Services. Medical Facilities Lie. Sec. 



95 DHR 1412 


Reilly 


03/06/97 


96 DHR 0240 


Reilly 


06/18/96 


96 DHR 0358 


Morrison 


05/16/96 



Division of Medical Assistance 

Judy Malcuit. Re Melissa Malcuit v. DHR. Div. of Medical Assisunce 96 DHR 0129 

Durham Reg. HsptI, Behavioral Hlth Svcs. v. Medical Assistance. DHR 96 DHR 0637 
Jerry Heath v. DHR. Division of Medical Assistance 96 DHR 0752 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority v. DHR. Div. of Medical Assist. 96 DHR 1534 



Gray 


06/12/96 


West 


09/20/96 


Chess 


10/07/96 


Gray 


04/08/97 



Division of Social Services 



Crystean Fields v Department of Human Resources 

Rozena Chambliss v Department of Human Resources 

Addle & Major Short v Department of Human Resources 

Mr. and Mrs Jessie Stevenson v. DHR, Division of Social Services 

William G- Fisher v. DHR, Div of Social Services, Prog Integrity Branch 

Verna F. Nunn v Department of Human Resources 

Nancy Hooker, Helen Tyndall v Department of Human Resources 

Monica Ferrari and Justin Ferrari v. Pender County DSS 

Monica Ferrari and Justin Ferrari v. New Hanover County DSS 



95 DHR 1001 


Gray 


07/05/96 


95 DHR 1044 


Smith 


03/12/96 


95 DHR 1063 


Morrison 


03/19/96 


95 DHR 1072 


Phipps 


03/15/96 


95 DHR 1234 


Morrison 


03/19/96 


95 DHR 1330 


Gray 


04/11/96 


96 DHR 0155 


Gray 


04/26/96 


96 DHR 1425 


Morrison 


12/13/96 


96 DHR 1471 


Morrison 


12/13/96 



Child Support Enforcement Section 



Donald E. Rideout Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 
Christopher F. Roakes v. Department of Human Resources 
Claude Eure Jr. v . Department of Human Resources 
Richard R. Fox, Sr. v. Department of Human Resources 
Joselito D. Pilar v. Department of Human Resources 
David Lee Grady v. Department of Human Resources 
Patrick Orlando Crump v. Department of Human Resources 
Peter Robert Kovolsky v. Department of Human Resources 
Tony Lee Zapata v. Department of Human Resources 
Lawrence Dow Dean v. Department of Human Resources 
Carl E. Coffey v Department of Human Resources 
Keith Dewayne Senters v. Department of Human Resources 
Lonnie Dawes v. Department of Human Resources 
Mickey Turner v. Department of Human Resources 
James Joseph Gallagher v. Department of Human Resources 
James Thomas McRae v. Department of Human Resources 
Vincent E. Koehler v. Department of Human Resources 
David J. Moseley v. Department of Human Resources 
Derrick L. Conyers v. Department of Human Resources 



95 CSE 0952 


Reilly 


04/18/96 


95CSE 1131 


Becton 


05/03/96 


95 CSE 1155 


Phipps 


06/12/96 


95 CSE 1169 


Becton 


03/19/96 


95 CSE 1180 


Chess 


03/01/96 


95 CSE 1218 


Morrison 


03/26/96 


95 CSE 1221 


Smith 


03/05/96 


95 CSE 1230 


Becton 


03/11/96 


95 CSE 1266 


Gray 


05/02/96 


95 CSE 1267 


Morrison 


03/29/96 


95 CSE 1270 


Smith 


03/15/96 


95 CSE 1273 


Phipps 


04/01/96 


95 CSE 1274 


Smith 


06/12/96 


95 CSE 1278 


Smith 


03/14/96 


95 CSE 1280 


Chess 


03/19/96 


95 CSE 1296 


Chess 


03/15/96 


95 CSE 1301 


Phipps 


05/09/96 


95 CSE 1304 


Chess 


03/29/96 


95 CSE 1308 


Reilly 


03/13/96 



11:27 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



2085 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



Charles Edward Smith v Depariment of Human Resources 
Kevm Vereen v Depariment of Human Resources 
James Curtis Wiiwer v Department of Human Resources 
Thornell Bowden v. Department of Human Resources 
Herbert W Donahue Jr v Department of Human Resources 
Henry S Sada v Department of Human Resources 
Charles F Moore v. Department of Human Resources 
Daniel Leslie Baker v. Department of Human Resources 
Kenneth L, Lindsey v Department of Human Resources 
John L Pike v. Department of Human Resources 
Wm. R Evans v. Department of Human Resources 
Rory J. Curry v Department of Human Resources 
Lonn A Brown v Department of Human Resources 
Marcus Anthony Butts v Department of Human Resources 
Cynthia Pinder v Department of Human Resources 
Rhonnie J. Williams v. Department of Human Resources 
Ramon Domenech v Department of Human Resources 
Lennard J Watson v. Department of Human Resources 
Timothy R Brewer. Sr v Department of Human Resources 
Dennis L McNeill v Department of Human Resources 
Tony A Rogers v. Department of Human Resources 
Rick E Atkins V Department of Human Resources 
Willis Herron v Department of Human Resources 
Timothy A Ratley (Jeanes) v. Department of Human Resources 
Richard E Reader v. Depariment of Human Resources 
Wendel McDonald v. Depariment of Human Resources 
Wilbur Dewayne Bauli v Department of Human Resources 
Reginald B Bralton Sr v Department of Human Resources 
James C Smith v Department of Human Resources 
Ronald D. Johnson v Department of Human Resources 
Johnny Leary v Department of Human Resources 
Jimmy Strickland v Department of Human Resources 
John W Scott V. Department of Human Resources 
Calvin S Austin v Department of Human Resources 
Derek Henslee v Department of Human Resources 
Donald L Carr. Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 
Norman Waycaster v Department of Human Resources 
Andre Duncan v Department of Human Resources 
Lorenzo Wilson v. Department of Human Resources 
Mark Kevin Burns v Department of Human Resources 
Cyril Lloyd Payne v. Department of Human Resources 
Charles H Johnson v. Depariment of Human Resources 
Willie James Myers v Department of Human Resources 
Christopher F Byrne v Department of Human Resources 
Richard Painall Burch v Department of Human Resources 
Charles Gillispie v Department of Human Resources 
Teresa Reynolds v Department of Human Resources 
Thornell Bowden v Department o\ Human Resources 
Kenneth Edward Burns v Depariment of Human Resources 
Carl R Ritter v Department of Human Resources 
William Charles Rone v Department of Human Resources 
Leon Gibson v Department of Human Resources 
Dioni Delvalle. n v, Depariment of Human Resources 
Gerald Roger Beachum Jr v. Department of Human Resources 
Anderson I Wardlow v Department of Human Resources 
Daniel J Carter v. Depariment of Human Resources 
Kelvin Tarlton v. Department of Human Resources 
Steven Craig Mooney v Depariment of Human Resources 
John L Cherry Jr v. Department of Human Resources 
Arthur Jemerson v Department of Human Resources 
Michael S Covington v Department of Human Resources 
Gary Steele v Depariment of Human Resources 
Terry Sealey v Department of Human Resources 
Jackie L- Kopczick v. Department of Human Resources 
Virginia McDowell Ramsey v. Department of Human Resources 
D- Wayne Gray v. Department of Human Resources 
Claude R Anderson v Department of Human Resources 
Alan Kendell Locklear v Department of Human Resources 
Willie J. Parker v Depariment of Human Resources 
Douglas F McBryde v Department of Human Resources 
Thomas White v Department of Human Resources 
James Trevor Emerson v Department of Human Resources 
Ray Davis Hood v Department of Human Resources 
Leon McNair v Department of Human Resources 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


AU 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


95CSE 1309 


West 


03/07/96 




95CSE 1315 


Phipps 


05/06/96 




95CSE 1331 


Becton 


03/26/96 




95CSE 1345 


Morrison 


03/07/96 




95CSE 1346 


Reilly 


11/15/96 




95 CSE 1367 


Smith 


03/21/96 




95CSE 1369 


Chess 


03/27/96 




95 CSE 1373 


Morrison 


03/12/96 




95 CSE 1375 


West 


06/24/96 




95 CSE 1376 


Smith 


03/21/96 




95 CSE 1377 


Becton 


03/11/96 




95 CSE 1380 


Mann 


03/15/96 




95 CSE 1382 


Reilly 


04/18/96 




95 CSE 1405 


Smith 


03/27/96 




95 CSE 1406 


Becton 


03/11/96 




95 CSE 1407 


Chess 


05/06/96 




95 CSE 1408 


Phipps 


03/11/96 




95 CSE 1414 


Mann 


08/23/96 




95 CSE 1433 


West 


12/10/96 




95 CSE 1435 


Becton 


03/13/96 




95 CSE 1436 


Chess 


05/16/96 




95 CSE 1437 


Phipps 


04/01/96 




95 CSE 1447 


Gray 


03/18/97 




95 CSE 1465 


Morrison 


03/26/96 




95 CSE 1469 


Smith 


04/29/96 




95 CSE 1470 


Becton 


07/29/96 




95 CSE 1475 


West 


03/13/96 




96 CSE 0002 


Mann 


08/23/96 




96 CSE 0034 


Gray 


05/10/96 




96 CSE 0084 


Smith 


03/27/96 




96 CSE 0085 


Becton 


05/03/96 




96 CSE 01 19 


Chess 


07/08/96 




96 CSE 0130 


Mann 


03/15/96 




96 CSE 0140 


Phipps 


05/17/96 




96 CSE 0188 


Reilly 


05/17/96 




96 CSE 0200 


West 


05/30/96 




96 CSE 0245 


Becton 


05/16/96 




96 CSE 0249 


Chess 


09/25/96 




96 CSE 0257 


Phipps 


05/06/96 




96 CSE 0271 


Morrison 


06/24/96 




96 CSE 0272 


Reilly 


05/31/96 




96 CSE 0295 


West 


07/15/96 




96 CSE 0299 


Becton 


07/19/96 




96 CSE 0336 


Chess 


06/26/96 




96 CSE 0339 


Phipps 


06/27/96 




96 CSE 0365 


Mann 


07/23/96 




96 CSE 0369 


Gray 


07/23/96 




96 CSE 0370 


Morrison 


05/17/96 




96 CSE 0379 


Reilly 


07/18/96 




96 CSE 0380 


West 


05/08/96 




96 CSE 0388 


Smitfi 


08/01/96 




96 CSE 0389 


Becton 


07/02/96 




96 CSE 0407 


Chess 


07/17/96 




96 CSE 0411 


Phipps 


06/24/96 




96 CSE 0412 


Mann 


08/05/96 




96 CSE 0417 


Gray 


06/24/96 




96 CSE 0424 


Morrison 


05/29/96 




96 CSE 0425 


Reilly 


07/08/95 




96 CSE 0426 


West 


06/24/96 




96 CSE 0427 


Smith 


08/01/96 




96 CSE 0428 


Becton 


08/02/96 




96 CSE 0429 


Chess 


08/26/96 




96 CSE 0430 


Phipps 


05/29/96 




96 CSE 0431 


Mann 


06/05/96 




96 CSE 0464 


Gray 


08/02/96 




96 CSE 0465 


Morrison 


08/02/96 




96 CSE 0502 


Reilly 


07/22/96 




96 CSE 0503 


West 


05/30/96 




96 CSE 05 17 


Smith 


02/21/97 




96 CSE 0518 


Becton 


08/19/96 




96 CSE 0519 


Chess 


08/29/96 




96 CSE 0545 


Phipps 


07/25/96 




96 CSE 0547 


Mann 


09/12/96 




96 CSE 0557 


Morrison 


08/08/96 





2086 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



11:27 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



John William White v. Deparunent of Human Resources 

Hazel L Walker v. Depanmeni of Human Resources 

Tayloria Y. Manns v Department of Human Resources 

Carl S. McNair v. Department of Human Resources 

David Agurs v. Department of Human Resources 

King Sanders Jr v. Department of Human Resources 

Sandra Kay Carpenter v. Department of Human Resources 

Christopher Clyde Barrino Jr v. Department of Human Resources 

Clinton Sutton v. Department of Human Resources 

Dave L. James v. Department of Human Resources 

Jonathan Bernard Copper v Department of Human Resources 

Stanley Lewis Turner v. Department of Human Resources 

Lisa Priveite v. Department of Human Resources 

Franklin D. Deese v Department of Human Resources 

Jan Smith Osborne v Department of Human Resources 

Mark Allen Rose Sr v Department of Human Resources 

Mark P. Crosby v. Department of Human Resources 

Bernard D- Brothers v. Department of Human Resources 

Renee G. Arriola v. Department of Human Resources 

Isaac Massey Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Darryl Leon While v Department of Human Resources 

Philip Purnell v Department of Human Resources 

Edwin Southards v. Department of Human Resources 

Mary Vanover v. Department of Human Resources 

Cabot S. Pollard v Department of Human Resources 

Johnnie B Walton v Department of Human Resources 

Timothy P. Ruth v. Department of Human Resources 

Thomas Lee Glenn v Department of Human Resources 

William S- Freeman v Department of Human Resources 

James Benson v, Cumberland Child Support Enforcement 

Randy Dale Finnicum v. Department of Human Resources 

William A. Cotton v Department of Human Resources 

Melvin S. Trapp v. Department of Human Resources 

Winston B- Scott v. Department of Human Resources 

Janet W. Walker v. Department of Human Resources 

Michael R. Bryant v. Department of Human Resources 

Willie M. Gregory v. Department of Human Resources 

Dallas F, Butler v. Department of Human Resources 

Robert James Moore Junior v Department of Human Resources 

Washington J, James, HI v Department of Human Resources 

Leslie E, Little v Department of Human Resources 

Otis L. Hinton v. Department of Human Resources 

David W Thompson v Department of Human Resources 

Jimmie Lee Jones v. Department of Human Resources 

Michael Sturdivant v. Department of Human Resources 

Tommy R, Thompson v Department of Human Resources 

Julian L. Barrett v Department of Human Resources 

Richard A- Pation Jr, v. Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth R- Blount v Department of Human Resources 

Anthony Bernard Crawford v. Department of Human Resources 

Russell Pearson v. Department of Human Resources 

Harry J Cook v. Department of Human Resources 

Donald (Glendon) Ryan v Department of Human Resources 

Joseph Davis v. Department of Human Resources 

Jethero Davidson Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Garry G. Hickman v. Departmlne of Human Resoruces 

Jeffrey Len Ezzell v. Department of Human Resources 

Tessa Jones v. Department of Human Resources 

Wilbert J- Boykin v Department of Human Resources 

Wayne R. Frazier v. Department of Human Resources 

Raymond G. Molina v. Department of Human Resources 

Robert R. Pray v. Department of Human Resources 

Marion A. Ward v. Department of Human Resources 

Adrian L. Steele v. Department of Human Resources 

Lee G. Sanders Jr v. Department of Human Resources 

Robin G Staten v. Department of Human Resources 

Edward F. Murphy v. Department of Human Resources 

Ken Lail v Department of Human Resources 

Robert A. Green v Department of Human Resources 

Allah M- Thomas 11 v. Department of Human Resources 

Michael Roddy v. Department of Human Resources 

Charlie Thomas Smith v . Department of Human Resources 

Clarence Stevenson, Jr. v Department of Human Resources 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NLTMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96 CSE 0558 


Reilly 


08/14/96 




96 CSE 0559 


West 


06/24/96 




96 CSE 0564 


Smith 


08/15/96 




96 CSE 0568 


Becton 


06/24/96 




96 CSE 0580 


Chess 


06/13/96 




96 CSE 0581 


Phipps 


08/22/96 




96 CSE 0595 


Gray 


08/29/96 




96 CSE 0603 


Morrison 


08/26/96 




96 CSE 0629 


Reilly 


08/29/96 




96 CSE 0638 


West 


07/15/96 




96 CSE 0642 


Phipps 


09/03/96 




96 CSE 0650 


Smith 


02/05/97 




96 CSE 0651 


Becton 


09/30/96 




96 CSE 0690 


Mann 


07/23/96 




96 CSE 0703 


Gray 


10/04/96 




96 CSE 0732 


Morrison 


09/30/96 




96 CSE 0733 


Reilly 


09/30/96 




96 CSE 0774 


Smith 


11/13/96 




96 CSE 0790 


Becton 


08/14/96 




96 CSE 0844 


Phipps 


10/25/96 




96 CSE 0845 


Mann 


10/29/96 




96 CSE 0878 


Phipps 


10/25/96 




96 CSE 0968 


Gray 


10/25/96 




96 CSE 0981 


Morrison 


10/24/96 




96 CSE 1012 


Reilly 


10/28/96 




96 CSE 1071 


Smith 


11/14/96 




96 CSE 1086 


Becton 


10/30/96 




96 CSE 1 1 70 


Reilly 


12/10/96 




96 CSE 1184 


Smith 


01/10/97 




96 CSE 1187 


Phipps 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1191 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 CSE 1212 


Morrison 


01/10/97 




96 CSE 1222 


Smith 


03/13/97 




96 CSE 1223 


West 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1243 


Morrison 


03/18/97 




96 CSE 1253 


Phipps 


01/14/97 




96 CSE 1259 


Chess 


04/15/97 




96 CSE 1261 


Phipps 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1264 


Mann 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1276 


Chess 


11/04/96 




96 CSE 1282 


Smith 


01/10/97 




96 CSE 1295 


Smith 


03/13/97 




96 CSE 1298 


Phipps 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1300 


Gray 


02/07/97 




96 CSE 1304 


Reilly 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1328 


Mann 


12/10/96 




96 CSE 1330 


Morrison 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1331*" 


Reilly 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1332 


West 


01/30/97 




96 CSE 1333 


Smith 


11/14/96 




96 CSE 1334 


Becton 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1339 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 CSE 1344 


Becton 


01/31/97 




96 CSE 1346 


Gray 


02/18/97 




96 CSE 1347 


Morrison 


11/14/96 




96 CSE 1349*" 


West 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1370*" 


Phipps 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1371*" 


Mann 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1375 


Morrison 


12/10/96 




96 CSE 1377 


West 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1378 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 CSE 1379 


Morrison 


01/09/97 




96 CSE 1380 


Reilly 


11/15/96 




96 CSE 1381 


West 


03/21/97 




96 CSE 1400 


Smith 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1402 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 CSE 1412 


Smith 


12/12/96 




96 CSE 1432 


Becton 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1437*'= 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 CSE 1439 


Reilly 


03/21/97 




96 CSE 1441*=" 


Smith 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1445 


Phipps 


12/12/96 




96 CSE 1457 


Morrison 


02/18/97 





11:27 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



2087 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



Federico R Alire v Department of Human Resources 

Waller Love v. Department ot Human Resources 

William D, Wall v. Child Support Enforcement 

S alvatore Mitchell Dichiera v. Department of Human Resources 

Billy C Cummings v Department of Human Resources 

Rand) Earl Richardson v Northampton County Dept of Social Services 

Mr Rickey K. Terry v Child Support Enforcement Agency 

James McCollough v Department of Human Resources 

Joseph! Maddox V Department of Human Resources 

Thomas R Rotundo v Mecklenburg County Child Support Enforcement 

Mike Oser v Department of Human Resources 

Raleigh W Nickerson v. Guilford County Child Support Enforcement 

Ambrose Lamin v Office of Child Support & Enforcement North Carolina 

Gerald L Pendergrass v Department of Human Resources 

Dennis R Kozee v Department of Human Resources 

Mark Owens Frink v Department of Human Resources 

Kelvine Lance Thompson v. Department of Human Resources 

Robert Venice Flagg, Jr v Department of Human Resources 

Larry D. Worthy v Forsyth County Child Support 

Darryl Wiley v Child Support Enforcement 

Christopher A. Abney v. Department of Human Resources 

Marcus Watkins v, Stanly Cty Department of Social Services 

Mickey Bridgett v Department of Human Resources 

Deena C. Routhier v Department of Human Resources 

Mark Pulliam v. Department of Human Resources 

James A- Fultz v. Department of Human Resources 

David Lynn Jones v Department of Human Resources 

Ronald Terry Brown v Cumberland County Child Support Enforcement 

James B Miller v Department of Human Resources 

E Burl Davis. Jr v Department of Human Resources 

Man L Ross v Department of Human Resources 

Reginald A. Barnes v Department of Human Resources 

Boyce P, Banks v, Guildford County Child Support Enforceni Agency 

Brian Thomas v Child Support Enforcement 

Mark A Blackburn v Department of Human Resources 

Spencer B Miller v Department of Human Resources 

Craig C- Coleman. Sr. v. Cumberland County Child Support Enforcement 

Boyd R. Kelley v Cumberland County Child Support Enforcement 

Kilamenjaro C, Clifton v Department of Human Resources 

Larry C Raynor v Department of Human Resources 

Evans L Torrence v Department of Human Resources 

Maria H Morris v Carteret County Child Support Agency 

Jelfrey S Lerner v Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth Joe Diamond v. Cumberland County Child Support Enforcement 

Gregory C McCauley v Department of Human Resources 

Franklin Glenn Bryant v. Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth Weldon v Department of Human Resources 

James Todd Godfrey v Child Support Dept of Social Services 

Judson T, Wliitehurst v Department of Human Resources 

Oscar G Mason v Department of Human Resources 

Lenell M Gales v Department of Human Resources 

Spencer L .Allen v Department of Human Resources 

Gary Lee Heafner Sr v. Department of Human Resources 

Hsiu Chu Meachum. .AX A Linda Meachum v. Dept. of Human Resources 

Kenneth ,\. Ingle v Department of Human Resources 

Billie J Swain v. Social Services Child Support 

Raul Lapouble v Department of Human Resources 

Michael R Henne v Randolph County Child Support Enforcement 

Jamal D, Wilborne Sr v Child Support Enforcement & AFDC 

Bobby Joe Mcllwain v Mecklenburg County Child Support Enforcement 

Ronald H Burridge. Sr v. Child Support Enforcement Agency (D S.S.) 

James Jackson v, Deparunent of Human Resources 

Rolander Y, Grice. Sr, v Department of Human Resources 

Michael J Terrell v Department of Human Resources 

Glenn E. Smith v. Department of Human Resources 

Jeffrey Dale Grant v Department of Human Resources 

Harold Ray .Armstrong. Jr. v Department of Human Resources 

Gregory C McCauley v Department of Human Resources 

Joseph J, Dunn v Department of Human Resources 

Joseph J Dunn V Department of Human Resources 

Ernest G Baldwin v Department of Human Resources 

Gregory S. Wolberi v. Department of Human Resources 

Archie Lee Oxendme v. Department of Human Resources 

Michael Bell v. Department of Human Resources 



C.\SE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96 CSE 1461 


Becton 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1464*=' 


Gray 


02/18/97 




96 CSE 1472*" 


Morrison 


02/18/97 




96 CSE 1474 


Smith 


01/30/97 




96 CSE 1475 


Becton 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1486 


West 


01/31/97 




96 CSE 1487 


Smith 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1490 


Phipps 


01/09/97 




96 CSE 1494 


Reilly 


02/25/97 




96 CSE 1501*-' 


Becton 


04/02/97 




96 CSE 1503 


Chess 


01/24/97 




96 CSE 1509 


Gray 


02/03/97 




96 CSE 1511 


West 


03/05/97 




96 CSE 1514 


Morrison 


03/03/97 




96 CSE 1518 


Becton 


01/31/97 




96 CSE 1523 


Mann 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1538 


Becton 


01/09/97 




96 CSE 1545 


Chess 


01/24/97 




96 CSE 1546 


Phipps 


02/03/97 




96 CSE 1547 


Mann 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1552 


ReiUy 


01/30/97 




96 CSE 1553 


West 


02/04/97 




96 CSE 1556 


Smith 


03/13/97 




96 CSE 1557 


Smith 


03/13/97 




96 CSE 1559 


Chess 


01/24/97 




96 CSE 1560 


Phipps 


01/30/97 




96 CSE 1562 


Gray 


03/10/97 




96 CSE 1572 


Phipps 


03/06/97 


- 


96 CSE 1577 


West 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1579 


Chess 


01/28/97 




96 CSE 1580 


Phipps 


01/14/97 




96 CSE 1581 


Mann 


12/10/96 




96 CSE 1593 


Morrison 


02/18/97 




96 CSE 1594 


Reilly 


03/21/97 




96 CSE 1596 


Smith 


01/30/97 




96 CSE 1607 


Morrison 


01/09/97 




96 CSE 1608 


ReiUv 


03/03/97 




96 CSE 1609 


West 


03/05/97 




96 CSE 1615 


Morrison 


01/09/97 




96 CSE 1616 


Reilly 


03/21/97 




96 CSE 1617 


West 


03/21/97 




96 CSE 1618 


Smith 


01/10/97 




96 CSE 1621 


Phipps 


01/09/97 




96 CSE 1623*^ 


Gray 


03/03/97 




96 CSE 1629 


Becton 


02/28/97 




96 CSE 1632 


Mann 


03/05/97 




96 CSE 1643 


Phipps 


03/06/97 




96 CSE 1669 


Mann 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1670 


West 


03/25/97 




96 CSE 1671 


Morrison 


03/03/97 




96 CSE 1674 


West 


03/05/97 




96 CSE 1675 


Smith 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1684 


Gray 


02/03/97 




96 CSE 1685 


Morrison 


02/28/97 




96 CSE 1715 


Chess 


02/20/97 




96 CSE 1732 


Smith 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1734 


Chess 


02/20/97 




96 CSE 1735 


Gray 


03/21/97 




96 CSE 1736 


Morrison 


02/18/97 




96 CSE 1737 


Reilly 


02/25/97 




96 CSE 1738 


West 


03/25/97 




96 CSE 1739 


Smith 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1745 


Smith 


03/25/97 




96 CSE 1746 


Becton 


03/21/97 




96 CSE 1748 


Phipps 


03/24/97 




96 CSE 1753 


Reilly 


01/30/97 




96 CSE 1763 


Gray 


02/03/97 




96 CSE 1768 


Smith 


02/27/97 




96 CSE 1770*'" 


Mann 


02/03/97 




96 CSE 1771*" 


Mann 


02/03/97 




96 CSE 1773 


Reilly 


03/21/97 




96 CSE 1783 


Mann 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1797 


Morrison 


01. '30/97 




96 CSE 1800 


Morrison 


01'09.'97 





2088 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



11:27 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



Clinton T. Strickland v. Guilford County Child Support Enforcement 

Mr Ronald D. Toomer v Mecklenburg Cty Child Support Enforcement 

Terry Tootle v. Department of Human Resources 

Wayne J Swaringen v Department of Human Resources 

Reginald Whitmire v Cleveland Co DSS 

Rodney Hanson v Department of Human Resources 

Jerome Maddox v. Department of Human Resources 

Samuel L Powell v Department of Human Resources 

Billy E. Adams n v. Child Support Enforcement Agency 

Ramon Domenech v Department of Human Resources 

Terence L McMurray v. Department of Human Resources 

Amil Rafkah v. Department of Human Resources 

William R Briggs v Department of Human Resources 

Sanford Tyler v. Department of Human Resources 

Jonah F. Fuller v Department of Human Resources 

Thomas Edward Kutchey v. Child Support Enforcement Agency 

George G Grill. Sr v Child Support Enforcement 

Phillip L. Lewis V. Department of Human Resources 

John William Vestal Sr. v. Department of Human Resources 

George W Burnett, Jr v Department of Human Resources 

Charles F Haag, Jr v Department of Human Resources 

Walter Richardson. Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Clifton Huff V. Child Support Enforcement Mecklenburg 

Scott Sanders v Department of Human Resources 

Mark Stephens v Department of Human Resources 

Clarence M. Hunter v Onslow County DSS-CSE 

Teresa Devalle v Department of Human Resources 

Larry Michael Rollins, Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Garry G Hickman v Department of Human Resources 

Richard A Patton Jr v Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth Ray Lowery v. Department of Human Resources 

Jeffrey Len Ezzell v Department of Human Resources 

Jeffrey Len Ezzell v Department of Human Resources 

Tessa Jones v. Department of Human Resources 

Tessa Jones v Department of Human Resources 

Ronald Graham Moore v. Department of Human Resources 

Thomas R. Roiundo v. Mecklenburg County Child Support Enforcement 

John G. Howard, Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Gregory B. Phy v. Department of Human Resources 

Raymond E. Smith v. Department of Human Resources 

Robert A. Green v Department of Human Resources 

Michael Roddy v Department of Human Resources 

Kevin J. Miller v Department of Human Resources 

Timothy Schnell v Department of Human Resources 

Walter Love v Department of Human Resources 

Roger W Taylor v Department of Human Resources 

William D Wall v Child Support Enforcement 

Barbara Renea Caldwell v Cumberland Cty Child Support Enforcement 

Lee G Sanders Jr v Department of Human Resources 

Brian Kevin King v Department of Human Resources 

Laura D Prince v Department of Human Resources 

George D. Brickell v. Department of Human Resources 

Kelvine Lance Thompson v. Department of Human Resources 

Marcus Watkins v. Stanly County Department of Social Services 

Garry G Hickman v. Department of Human Resources 

David Lynn Jones v. Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth Joe Diamond v. Cumberland County Child Support Enforcement 

Keith W Phillips v. Cleveland Cty Department of Social Services 

Judy R. Johnson v. Department of Human Resources 

Levern Blue v. Department of Human Resources 

Michael E. Kimbril v. Child Support Agency Buncombe County 

Spencer L. Allen v. Department of Human Resources 

James Robert Liles v. Department of Human Resources 

Clyde E Williams v. Department of Human Resources 

Tommy Allen Springs v. Forsyth Cty Dept. of Social Services 

David Ray Rowdy v. Dept. of Human Resources 

John E Gombocs v. Dept. of Human Resources 

Charles John Widelski v. Department of Human Resources 

John B Wiggins v. Department of Human Resources 

Wayne L Weeks v. Department of Human Resources 

Amanda F. Blount v. Cumberland Cty Child Support Enforcement 

Oscar C. Adams v. Department of Human Resources 

Norman Eugene Cameron v. Support Enforcement Fayetteville 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96CSE 1811 


West 


03/25/97 




96CSE 1812 


Smith 


03/25/97 




96CSE 1813 


Becton 


03/21/97 




96CSE 1816 


Mann 


03/24/97 




96CSE 1843 


Morrison 


03/25/97 




96CSE 1860 


West 


03/25/97 




96CSE 1865 


Chess 


01/28/97 




96CSE 1894 


West 


03/25/97 




96 CSE 1900 


Mann 


03/05/97 




96CSE 1912 


Gray 


02/03/97 




96 CSE 1947 


Morrison 


03/25/97 




96 CSE 2020 


Reilly 


02/25/97 




96 CSE 2021 


West 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 2067 


Phipps 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 2068 


Mann 


03/05/97 




97 CSE 0047 


Smith 


03/13/97 




96CRA 1185 


Becton 


02/28/97 




96 CRA 1225 


Becton 


12/18/96 




96 CRA 1244 


Reilly 


12/10/96 




96 CRA 1248 


Smith 


03/13/97 




96 CRA 1289 


Phipps 


12/12/96 




96 CRA 1302 


Morrison 


12/10/96 




96 CRA 1318 


Mann 


01/22/97 




96 CRA 1320 


Morrison 


12/12/96 




96 CRA 1321 


Reilly 


12/13/96 




96 CRA 1322 


West 


03/21/97 




96 CRA 1329 


Gray 


01/13/97 




96 CRA 1341 


Reilly 


01/10/97 




96 CRA 1350*" 


West 


02/10/97 




96 CRA 1354*'" 


Reilly 


02/06/97 




96 CRA 1355 


Becton 


01/15/97 




96 CRA 1368*" 


Phipps 


02/06/97 




96 CRA 1369 


Phipps 


12/12/96 




96 CRA 1372 


Mann 


12/10/96 




96 CRA 1373*" 


Mann 


02/10/97 




96 CRA 1374 


Gray 


01/14/97 




96 CRA 1385*-' 


Becton 


04/02/97 




96 CRA 1386 


Reilly 


12/13/96 




96 CRA 1399 


West 


11/14/96 




96 CRA 1404 


West 


01/10/97 




96 CRA 1436*'- 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 CRA 1442*=" 


Smith 


02/17/97 




96 CRA 1443 


Becton 


01/13/97 




96 CRA 1447 


Morrison 


01/30/97 




96 CRA 1465*-' 


Gray 


02/18/97 




96 CRA 1478 


Mann 


01/10/97 




96 CRA 1481*" 


Morrison 


02/18/97 




96 CRA 1510 


Reilly 


01/14/97 




96 CRA 1515 


Reilly 


01/13/97 




96 CRA 1516 


West 


01/13/97 




96 CRA 1517 


Smith 


01/13/97 




96 CRA 1526 


Morrison 


12/10/96 




96 CRA 1537 


Becton 


12/18/96 




96 CRA 1554 


West 


01/13/97 




96 CRA 1563*" 


West 


02/10/97 




96 CRA 1565 


West 


01/13/97 




96 CRA 1624*^ 


Gray 


03/03/97 




96 CRA 1627 


West 


01/14/97 




96 CRA 1631 


Phipps 


01/14/97 




96 CRA 1650 


West 


01/14/97 




96 CRA 1666 


Smith 


01/14/97 




96 CRA 1676 


Smith 


01/14/97 




96 CRA 1678 


Chess 


02/18/97 




96 CRA 1689 


Becton 


03/21/97 




96 CRA 1733 


Becton 


02/06/97 




96 CRA 1751 


Gray 


02/07/97 




96 CRA 1755 


Smith 


02/10/97 




96 CRA 1765 


Reilly 


02/06/97 




96 CRA 1772 


Morrison 


03/21/97 




96 CRA 1776 


Becton 


02/06/97 




96 CRA 1790 


West 


02/10/97 




96 CRA 1799 


Gray 


03/03/97 




96 CRA 1807 


Smith 


02/06/97 





11:27 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



2089 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



David J Hildebrand V Department of Human Resources 
Debra J, Davis v. Columbus County Dept Social Service 
Tracy Robenson v Department ol Human Resources 
Debra Wade v. Department of Human Resources 
Casey C Townsend v Department of Human Resources 
Samuel L Powell v Department of Human Resources 
Scott James Petrill v Department of Human Resources 
Samual L Gordon v Department of Human Resources 
C Lee Bartlett v. Department of Human Resources 
Terence L McMurray v. Department of Human Resources 
Paul Mobley Jr v Department of Human Resources 
Joseph Lupo v Department of Human Resources 
Anthony O Houston v Department of Human Resources 
William R Briggs v. Department of Human Resources 
Daniel J McDowell v Department of Human Resources 
Johnie J Peterkin v Department of Human Resources 
Melinda S Tunner v Department of Human Resources 
Jeanne G Bishop v Department of Human Resources 
Rebecca Beaver v. Department of Human Resources 
Vivian B White v Department of Human Resources 
Mary R Mahon v Department of Human Resources 
Mary R. Mahon v. Department of Human Resources 
Laura Heidorf v. Department of Human Resources 
Lois Floyd Barber v. Department of Human Resources 
La Rue Herring v. Department of Human Resources 
Debra D Hammonds v Department of Human Resources 
Carolyn Cole v Department of Human Resources 
Vickie Osoria v. Department of Human Resources 
Trine P Bollinger v. Department of Human Resources 
Christie L Pittman v Department of Human Resources 
Lorna Sharpe-Ester v Department of Human Resources 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96CRA 1819 


Morrison 


02/06/97 




96CRA 1842 


Mann 


02/10/97 




96CRA 1851 


West 


03/21/97 




96CRA 1852 


Smith 


02/06/97 




96CRA 1856 


Mann 


02/10/96 




96CRA 1893 


West 


02/17/96 




96CRA 1913 


Morrison 


03/18/97 




96CRA 1919 


Gray 


02/18/96 




96 CRA 1938 


Morrison 


02/18/96 




96 CRA 1946 


Morrison 


02/18/96 




96 CRA 1980 


Phipps 


03/24/97 




96 CRA 1991 


Phipps 


03/06/97 




96 CRA 1996 


Morrison 


03/20/97 




96 CRA 2022 


West 


03/05/97 




96 CRA 2106 


Mann 


03/24/97 




96 CRA 2107 


Morrison 


03/20/97 




95 DCS 0921 


Morrison 


05/09/96 




95 DCS 0958 


West 


04/04/96 




95 DCS 1114 


ReiUy 


04/26/96 




95 DCS 1115 


Phipps 


06/04/96 




95 DCS 1137*" 


Chess 


06/11/96 




95 DCS 1142*" 


Chess 


06/11/96 




96 DCS 0065 


Reilly 


03/22/96 




96 DCS 0176 


Gray 


07/30/96 




96 DCS 0298 


Gray 


11/06/96 




96 DCS 0792 


Chess 


10/08/96 




96 DCS 1127 


Chess 


04/08/97 




96 DCS 1140 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 DCS 1353 


Smith 


12/12/96 




96 DCS 1561 


Mann 


01/27/97 




96 DCS 1687 


West 


02/10/97 





i 



INSURANCE 



Carol M Hall v Teachers & State Employees Comp. Major Medical Plan 

Arthur Wayne Dempsey v. Department of Insurance 

Deborah B Beavers v Teachers & St, Emp, Comp, Major Med. Plan 

Nadia A Hakim v Department of Insurance 

Kathleen D, Jarvis v Teachers & St, Emp Comp Major Med, Plan 

Mary Alice Casey v. Department of Insurance 

Nancy C Lowe v. Teachers & State Employees Comp. Major Med. Plan 



95 INS 1141 


Phipps 


04/01/96 




95 INS 1255 


Smith 


04/22/96 




95 INS 1411 


Smith 


05/10/96 


1 1 05 NCR 308 


95 INS 1422 


Smith 


03/26/96 




96 INS 0075 


Morrison 


10/16/96 




96 INS 0148 


Reilly 


08/14/96 




96 INS 0726 


West 


11/20/96 





JUSTICE 



Wendy Atwood v Department of Justice (Company Police Program) 
Deborah K. Torrance v. Company Police Program Administrator 
John 0. Beach v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Ronald R Coats v Alarm Systems Licensing Board 



96DOJ0111 


Chess 


08/07/96 


96 DOJ 0363 


Becton 


08/14/96 


96 DOJ 1362 


West 


11/19/96 


96 DOJ 1364 


Phipps 


11/26/96 



Education and Training Standards Division 



Freddie Levern Thompson v. Criml Justice Ed & Training Stds. Comm, 

Shane Douglas Crawford v. Sheriffs' Ed, & Training Stds. Comm. 

Charles Henry Daniels v Criml. Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 

Valerie Ma.xine Brewingion v Criml Justice Ed & Training Stds Comm. 

Patricia Josephine Bonanno v Sheriffs' Ed & Training Stds Comm 

Douglas Allan Stuart v Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 

Rick M Evoy v Criminal Justice Ed & Training Stds. Comm. 

Windell Daniels v. Criminal Justice Ed & Training Stds. Comm. 

Gregory Lee Daughtridge v Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 

Sherrie Ann Gainey v Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 

Stuart Hugh Rogers v Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 

Brian Thomas Craven v. Sheriffs' Ed & Training Stds. Comm. 

Larry D Weston v Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds Comm. 

Carlton Gerald v Criminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds, Comm. 

Ken Moniie Oxendine v. Criminal Justice Ed & Training Stds Comm, 

James Leon Hunt v. Criminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds Comm. 

David Kent Knight v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds Comm. 

Demetrius Arnez Brown v Criminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 

Claude F Nunnery v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds Comm. 

John Charles Maloney v Sheriffs' Ed & Training Stds Comm. 

Jimmie L. Cooper v. Sheriffs' Ed & Training Stds Comm. 

Jerry Glenn Monette v. Sheriffs' Ed & Training Stds Comm 

Carlton Gerald v. Criminal Justice Ed & Training Stds. Comm. 



95 DOJ 0731 


Chess 


02/29/96 




95 DOJ 0943 


Reilly 


05/17/96 




95 DOJ 1070 


West 


06/12/96 




95 DOJ 1129 


Smith 


04/12/96 




95 DOJ 1152 


Chess 


03/25/96 




95 DOJ 1189 


Morrison 


06/06/96 




95 DOJ 1235 


Chess 


03/25/96 




95 DOJ 1320 


Gray 


07/24/96 




96 DOJ 0027 


Reilly 


03/19/96 




96 DOJ 0028 


Becton 


08/09/96 




96 DOJ 0029 


West 


06/18/96 




96 DOJ 0036 


Gray 


07/09/96 




96 DOJ 0037 


Smith 


06/12/96 




96 DOJ 0068 


Gray 


03/26/96 




96 DOJ 0071 


West 


03/28/96 




96 DOJ 0077 


Phipps 


07/25/96 




96 DOJ 01 15 


West 


03/28/96 




96 DOJ 0138 


Becton 


08/09/96 




96 DOJ 0305 


Gray 


08/28/96 




96 DOJ 0306 


Smith 


08/16/96 




96 DOJ 0352 


Morrison 


07/12/96 




96 DOJ 0420 


Morrison 


07/26/96 11.10 NCR 874 


96 DOJ 0432 


Becton 


08/07/96 





( 



2090 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May I, 1997 



11:27 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



CASE 
NUMBER 



ALJ 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



Woodrow Andrew Clark v. Criminal Justice Ed & Training Stds. Comm. 
Warren Scoit Nai) v. Criminal Justice Ed- & Trainmg Stds. Comm. 
Zoriana Lyczkowski v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
Philip A, Berezik, Jr. v. Criminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
George Willie Gilliam v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
George Willie Gilliam v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds Comm. 
Glenn R. Brammer v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Standards Comm. 
Timothy Wayne Fulford v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds Comm. 
Brent Lee Millsaps v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
Debra McHale Sadler v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
James Michael Doe v. Criminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
Charles M. Perry v. Criminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
Gregory K. Knox v Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
Tyrone Sutton v. Criminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
Bobby 'V. Hancock v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 

Private Protective Services Board 

Timothy A. Hawkins v. Private Protective Services Board 
William F. Combs v. Private Protective Services Board 
Randy C. Hoyle v. Private Protective Services Board 
John Darrell Shaver v. Private Protective Services Board 
Daniel Ray Williams v. Private Protective Services Board 
Robert A. Gibson v. Private Protective Services Board 
Jimmy D. Matthews v. Private Protective Services Board 
Johnnie Lee King v Private Protective Services Board 
Charlie C. Brackett v. Private Protective Services Board 
Thomas R. Harris v. Private Protective Services Board 
Private Protective Services Board v. Henry E. Byrd, Jr. 
Larry Boggs v. Private Protective Services Board 
Private Protective Services Board v. Charles T. Mathis 
Private Protective Services Board v. Ricky C. Mullinax 
Private Protective Services Board v. Michael A. Smith 
Keith L. Saunders v. Private Protective Services Board 



96DOJ 
96DOJ 
96DOJ 
96DOJ 
96DOJ 
96DOJ 
96DOJ 
96DOJ 
96DOJ 
96DOJ 
96DOJ 
96DOJ 
96 DOJ 
96DOJ 
96 DOJ 



0515 
0576 
0619 
0652 
0656 
0656 
0839 
0840 
0841 
0891 
0957 
1016 
1836 
1837 
1885 



West 

Becton 

Morrison 

Reilly 

Morrison 

Phipps 

Smith 

Smith 

Chess 

Smith 

Phipps 

Smith 

Reilly 

Becton 

Becton 



10/07/96 
08/07/96 
10/21/96 
11/13/96 
08/02/96 
01/28/97 
09/05/96 
09/16/96 
09/24/96 
03/13/97 
12/06/96 
01/22/97 
02/03/97 
02/17/97 
02/17/97 



95 DOJ 1419 


West 


04/12/96 


96 DOJ 0022 


West 


03/22/96 


96 DOJ 0024 


Smith 


06/10/96 


96 DOJ 0127 


Reilly 


02/26/97 


96 DOJ 0128 


Reilly 


02/26/97 


96 DOJ 0386 


Smith 


07/03/96 


96 DOJ 0676 


Reilly 


07/11/96 


96 DOJ 0677 


Reilly 


07/11/96 


96 DOJ 0712 


Becton 


02/03/97 


96 DOJ 0761 


Reilly 


07/11/96 


96 DOJ 0796 


Mann 


08/19/96 


96 DOJ 0797 


Morrison 


10/10/96 


96 DOJ 0798 


Mann 


08/27/96 


96 DOJ 0800 


Becton 


10/04/96 


96 DOJ 0801 


Becton 


10/09/96 


96 DOJ 1363 


Smith 


01/15/97 



MEDICAL BOARD 



Medical Board v. Martin A. Hatcher. M.D. 
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



92 BME0510 



Gray 



06/28/96 



11:08 NCR 555 



Lavern K. Suggs v. NC Board of Education 

V.A.A. and R.L.A. v Johnston County School System 

J.T.S. &T.S., Parents of EMS. v. Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schl. Sys. 

L.O. v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education 

Candyce Ewanda Newsome v. Hertford County Board of Education 

W. and G.B.. on Behalf of C.B v. Winston-Salem/Forsyth Ciy. Schools 

Zelma J. Hillsman v. NC State Board of Education 

Cyvonne Rush Bryant v. NC State Board of Education 

Steve Wright Brown v. State Board of Education 

Blaise Malveau v. Cumberland County Board of Education 

Blaise Malveau v. Cumberland County Board of Education 

John Barlow v Watauga County Board of Education 

Louis Craig Gill v. State Board of Education 

John L. Archer v. Department of Public Instruction 

Pamela F. Cummmgs v. Department of Public Instruction 

Susie Whitley/Brandon Whitley v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Bd. of Ed. 

Larry Goins v. Department of Public Instruction 

Michael Wayne Geter v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board 

Ted Louis Raye v. State Board of Education 

Felicia M. Moore v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools & Dept. of Public Ins. 

Michael B. Trombley v. Department of Public Instruction 

REVENUE 

Long Branch Env. Ed. Ctr.. Inc. v. Buncombe Cty Comm., Buncombe Ciy 97 REV 0135 
Bd. of Equalization and Review and the Buncombe Cty Tax Assessor 

STATE PERSONNEL 

Department of Administration 

Jimmie A. Hughes, Jr. v. Department of Administration 



95 EDC 0383 


Smith 


03/13/96 


11:01 NCR 


50 


95 EDC 1024 


Mann 


02/11/97 


11:24 NCR 


1860 


95 EDC 1194 


Mann 


04/12/96 






96 EDC 0285 


Mann 


05/31/96 






96 EDC 0344 


Chess 


05/15/96 






96 EDC 0349 


Mann 


09/03/96 






96 EDC 0399 


Phipps 


01/27/97 


11:23 NCR 


1808 


96 EDC 0591 


Becton 


09/11/96 






96 EDC 0593 


Reilly 


10/11/96 






96 EDC 0613 


Chess 


08/14/96 






96 EDC 0614 


Chess 


08/14/96 






96 EDC 0623 


Reilly 


07/24/96 






96 EDC 0675 


Smith 


12/18/96 


11:20 NCR 


1624 


96 EDC 0678 


Smith 


08/02/96 






96 EDC 0742 


Smith 


08/16/96 






96 EDC 0964 


Chess 


09/17/96 






96 EDC 0994 


Reilly 


04/10/97 






96 EDC 1036 


West 


09/23/96 






96 EDC 1055 


Morrison 


01/10/97 






96 EDC 1303 


Smith 


11/25/96 






96 EDC 1970 


Gray 


02/20/97 







Chess 



03/17/97 



96 OSP 0008 



Reilly 



07/23/96 



11:27 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



2091 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



CASE 
NUMBER 



ALJ 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



Jonathan L Fann v Department of Administration, Admin Personnel 96 OSP 0042 

Carlton Gerald v State Capitol Police. Department of Administration 96 OSP 0116 

Administrative Office of the Court 

Ethel R- Tyson v NC Judicial Dept . Administrative Office of the Court 96 OSP 0080 

Albemarle Menial Health Center 

Judy A. Gordon v, Albemarle .Mental Health Center 96 OSP 0354 

Caldwell County 

Blake C. Pace v, Caldwell County 96 OSP 0047 

Catawba County Mental Health 

TonyerJ Ruff v. Catawba County Mental Health 96 OSP 0951 

Central North Carolina School for the Deaf 

Felicia S Milton v. Central North Carolina School for the Deaf 95 OSP 1241 

Department of Correction 

Haydee Craver v Department of Correction. Pender Correctional Inst. 95 OSP 1046 

Nancy L Marek v Department of Correction. Division of Prisons 95 OSP 1075 

Gregory Allen Jones v Department of Correction. Supt. Bonnie Boyette 95 OSP 1 290 

Carolyn Cheek v Department of Correction 95 OSP 1441 

Calvia L- Hill v Department of Correction. McCain Correctional Hospital 95 OSP 1460 

Alisha Louise Staley V Randolph Correctional Center 96 OSP 0092 

Brenda Propst v Foothills Correctional Institution 96 OSP 0199 

Delon D Solomon V Department of Correction 96 OSP 0258 

Alisha Louise Staley v Randolph Correctional Center 96 OSP 0261 

Ann Williams v Department of Correction 96 OSP 0279 

Haydee C, Craver v Department of Correction. Christopher Phillips 96 OSP 0348 

Dwight Taylor. Mike Estep. Jackie Boone. Robert Pitman. Jeffery Clark 96 OSP 0372*" 

v Department of Correction 

Dwight Taylor. Mike Estep. Jackie Boone. Robert Pitman. Jeffery Clark 96 OSP 0373*' 

v Department of Correction 

Dwight Taylor. Mike Estep. Jackie Boone, Robert Pitman. Jeffery Clark 96 OSP 0374*" 

V Department of Correction 

Dwight Taylor. Mike Estep. Jackie Boone. Robert Pitman. Jetfery Clark 96 OSP 0375*" 

V, Department of Correction 

Dwight Taylor. Mike Estep. Jackie Boone. Robert Pitman. Jeffery Clark 96 OSP 0376*' 

V Department of Correction 

Rebecca A Faison v Department of Correction for Women 96 OSP 0383 

Calvia L. Hill v. Department of Correction. McCain Correctional Hospital 96 OSP 0397 

Pamela Robinson V Department of Correction 96 OSP 0403 

James A Klein V Department of Correction 96 OSP 0434 

James E. Holmes v Secretary Franklin Freeman (DOC). Parole Comm. 96 OSP 0538 

Greggory Thomas. Sr. v. Department of Correction 96 OSP 0578 

Tony R- Broffman v Department of Correction 96 OSP 0625 

Mary Hargraves v Department of Correction 96 OSP 0674 

Michael S Doe v Caswell Center 96 OSP 0691 

Timothy L Willis v Caswell Correctional Center 96 OSP 0715 

Alisha Louise Staley v Randolph Correctional Center 96 OSP 0780 

Thomas N Powell v Department of Correction ENTERPRISE 96 OSP 0950 

Sharon Oxendine v. Department of Correction 96 OSP 0999 

James D Dowdy v Department of Correction 96 OSP 1081 

Larry W Cole. Sr. v Brown Creek Correctional Inst, 96 OSP 1136 

Martin Tyler Wells. Sr v, Dept of Correction Sandhill Youth Center 96 OSP 1142 

Timothy J, Ciscel & Anita K Ciscel v. DOP/Piedmont Corr, Inst. 96 OSP 1 149 

Charles H. Perry v. Department of Correction 96 OSP 1542 

Barbara Graham V Department of Correction 96 OSP 1700 

Calvia L Hill V Dept of Correction. Lumberton Correctional Inst. 96 OSP 1705 

Samuel Davenport v Department of Correction 96 OSP 1973 

Mohammad R. Pirouzkhah v Department of Correction 97 OSP 0038 

Mohammad R. Pirouzkhah v . Department of Correction 97 OSP 0239 



Craven County Health Department 

Linda Walker v Craven County Health Department 
Patricia Kemp v Craven County Health Department 



95 OSP 1171* 
95 OSP 1233* 



Gray 
Gray 



Smith 



Chess 



Morrison 



Becton 



Chess 



Gray 

Chess 

Phipps 

Smith 

Gray 

Gray 

Morrison 

West 

Morrison 

Phipps 

Phipps 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Smith 

Becton 

Gray 

Phipps 

Gray 

Becton 

Chess 

Becton 

Smith 

Phipps 

West 

Smith 

Chess 

Becton 

Smith 

Phipps 

Chess 

Chess 

Reilly 

Becton 

Smith 

Chess 

Phipps 

Gray 



Smith 
Smith 



05/24/96 
04/25/96 



03/15/96 



10/17/96 



04/01/96 



10/22/96 



05/17/96 



03/12/96 
02/17/97 
05/14/96 
09/19/96 
05/17/96 
06/03/96 
04/09/96 
07/02/96 
08/05/96 
10/31/96 
05/15/96 
07/05/96 

07/05/96 

07/05/96 

07/05/96 

07/05/96 

10/01/96 
08/15/96 
12/18/96 
10/29/96 
02/07/97 
04/10/97 
08/29/96 
09/05/96 
09/23/96 
07/30/96 
10/16/96 
04/15/97 
10/22/96 
02/21/97 
02/10/97 
01/28/97 
01/24/97 
01/02/97 
03/07/97 
03/27/97 
04/04/97 
03/24/97 
04/11/97 



01/24/97 
01/24/97 



11:25 NCR 1964 



2092 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



11:27 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



CASE 
NLIMBER 



ALJ 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



Patricia Kemp v. Craven County Health Department 

Department of Crime Control and Public Safety 

Jerry Lee Fields v. State Highway Patrol 

Gene Wells v Crime Control & Public Safety. State Highway Patrol 

Hearl Oxendine v. Crime Control & Public Safety. St. Highway Patrol 

Jerry Lee Fields v. State Highway Patrol 

Gene Wells v. Crime Control & Public Safety, State Highway Patrol 

Lloyd Edward Lowry v. Department of Crime Control & Public Safety 

Peter Mason Griffin v. Crime Control & Public Safety. St. Hwy Patrol 

Mary S. Holmes v Victim & Justice Services Division, DCCPS 

Durham County Health Department 

Lylla D. Stockton v. Durham County Health Department 

Employment Security Commission 

Gene S, Baker v Gov. James B. Hunt. Jr.. Ann Q Duncan, Chairman, 

Employment Security Commission 
William Herbert Allen v. Employment Security Commission 
Patricia Gary v. Employment Security Commission 
Tonderlier Lynch v Emp. Security Comm , Austin Quality Foods. Inc. 
Jessie James Thomas. Jr. v. Employment Security Commission 

Department of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Roberta Ann "Robin" Hood v. Environment. Health. & Natural Resources 
Kathy B, Vinson v. Dept, of Environment. Health. & Natural Resources 
Diana Tootle v Department of Environment. Health. & Natural Resources 
Donald E, Batts v. Division of Adult Health. EHNR 



96OSP0324*'* Smith 



01/24/97 



94 0SP 1174*'° 


Gray 


08/05/96 




95 OSP 0249*' 


Smith 


07/23/96 




95 OSP 0697 


Smith 


10/16/96 




95 OSP 0836*'° 


Gray 


08/05/96 




95 OSP 1050*' 


Smith 


07/23/96 




96 OSP 0341 


Reilly 


02/28/97 


11:24 NCR 1886 


96 OSP 1309 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 OSP 2000 


Morrison 


04/16/97 





95 OSP 0176 



West 



07/02/96 



93 OSP 0707 


Becton 


05/16/96 


11:05 NCR 300 


94 OSP 1688 


West 


06/11/96 




95 OSP 0793 


Chess 


05/14/96 




96 OSP 0275 


Chess 


05/21/96 




96 OSP 1961 


Phipps 


01/27/97 




95 OSP 0035 


Reilly 


04/09/96 




95 OSP 0203 


Gray 


09/18/96 


11:13 NCR 1087 


95 OSP 0569 


Reilly 


03/24/97 


11:26 NCR 2042 


95 OSP 1071 


Smith 


10/01/96 





Guilford County Area Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse 

Stuart KJatte v. Guilford Cty Area MH/DD/SAS. St Per Comm. OSP 95 OSP 1179 Smith 

Department of Human Resources 

Sheila Logan v. Black Mountain Center. Dept. of Human Resources 

Myron A. Smith v, DHR. Division of Child Development 

Ophelia Webb v Edard R. Inman. Dir Alamance Cty DSS, Alamance 

Cty DSS, Alamance County, and DHR 
Peggy Pledger v Department of Human Resources. Dorothea Dix Hosp 
Peggy Pledger v. Department of Human Resources. Dorothea Dix Hosp 
Peggy Pledger v Department of Human Resources. Dorothea Dix Hosp. 
Gail Marie Rodgers Lincoln v. DHR. DMH/DD/SAS-Cherry Hosp., 

Cherry Hospital 
Cynthia D. Hickman v. DHR. Central School for the Deaf 
Johnny Earl Young v. Unit Head Director of Food & Nutrition 
Peggy Pledger v Department of Human Resources. Dorothea Dix Hosp. 
Mary A. Boogaerts v. Cherry Hospital. Goldsboro. NC 
Kelvin Parter v Dorothea Dix Hospital 

Johnny Earl Young v. Unit Head Director of Food & Nutrition 
Johnny Earl Young v. Unit Head Director of Food & Nutrition 
Kim A. Bell v. Walter B. Jones Alcohol & Drug Abuse Treatment Center 
William C. Neal v. Department of Human Resources 
Allen J. Wright. Jr. v. Blue Ridge Area Authority 
Lynn S. Hales v. John Umstead Hospital 
Deborah Ayala v. DHRVDSS/Child Support Enforcement 
Jacqueline C. Branch v. Division of Facility Services 

Buncombe County Department of Social Services 

Kathy Davis v. Buncombe County Department of Social Services 95 OSP 1487 West 

Caswell Center 



01l\<)l<)(> 



11:10 NCR 865 



95 OSP 0672 


Chess 


01/24/97 




95 OSP 1033 


Morrison 


11/27/96 




96 OSP 01 12 


Gray 


03/13/96 




96 OSP 01 14*" 


Gray 


11/05/96 




96 OSP 0146*" 


Gray 


11/05/96 




96 OSP 0147*" 


Gray 


11/05/96 




96 OSP 0159 


Chess 


06/17/96 




96 OSP 0191 


Becton 


09/23/96 




96 OSP 0217 


Reilly 


08/13/96 




96 OSP 0241*" 


Gray 


11/05/96 




96 OSP 0269 


Becton 


05/29/96 




96 OSP 0294 


Chess 


08/07/96 




96 OSP 0543 


Reilly 


07/09/96 




96 OSP 0590 


Reilly 


07/09/96 




96 OSP 0597 


Becton 


09/11/96 




96 OSP 0605 


Morrison 


04/17/97 


11:27 NCR 2099 


96 OSP 0665 


Reilly 


12/20/96 




96 OSP 0729 


West 


10/02/96 




96 OSP 1062 


Smith 


10/29/96 




96 OSP 1089 


Smith 


12/09/96 





08/09/96 



Ramona C, Jenkins v. Department of Human Resources. Caswell Center 
Ramona C. Jenkins v. Department of Human Resources. Caswell Center 
Franklin D. Sutton v. Department of Human Resources. Caswell Center 

Cumberland County Department of Social Services 



89 OSP 041 1 


Becton 


03/26/96 






91 OSP 0522 


Becton 


03/26/96 


1 1 :02 NCR 


89 


94 OSP 0766 


Smith 


03/21/96 







11:27 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



2093 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



Deborah McKoy v Cumberland Counly Department of Social Services 
Ruth Former v Cumberland Counly Department of Social Services 



Durham County Depanment of Social Senices 
Jan E. Smith V Durham Counly Department of Social Services 95 0SP1121 

Halifia Counly Depanment of Social Services 
Clairbel Thomas v Halifax County DSS & Director. Halifax County DSS 95 OSP 0905 

Haywood County Depanment of Social Senices 
Carol Hubbard V Haywood County Department of Social Services 95 OSP 1084 

Lenoir County Depanment of Social Services 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


95 OSP 1059 


Chess 


02/17/97 




96 OSP 0829 


Becton 


12/02/96 





Sharron S Moien v. Lenoir County DSS, Jack B Jones 
Felicia Ann Baker v Lenoir County DSS, Jack B, Jones 

Division of Medical Assistance 

Harold Wiggins v Division of Medical Assistance 

O' Berry Center 

Samuel Geddie v O'Berry Center 

Gale Worrells v Department of Human Resources, O'Berry Center 



96 OSP 1100 
96 OSP 1101 



95 OSP 1482 



96 OSP 0414 
96 OSP 1011 



Onslow County Depanment of Social Senices 
Andrew Kent Wigmore v. Onslow County Department of Social Services 96 OSP 1014 

Rockingham County Depanment of Social Senices 
Lorretta Lawson v Rockingham County DSS 96 OSP 0471 

Vance County Depanment of Social Senices 
Robert Eugene Davis v Vance County Department of Social Services 96 OSP 0157 

Wake County Depanment of Social Senices 
Phylis Gilbert v Wake Counly Department of Social Services 95 OSP 1238 

Wilson County Depanment of Social Senices 
Karen R Davis v Wilson County Department of Social Services 96 OSP 0394 

Department of Insurance 

Larry W Creech v Department of Insurance 95 OSP 0631 

Department of Justice 

Thomas M Hughes v Stale Bureau of Investigation, Depi, of Justice 95 OSP 0368 

Department of iMbor 



Kevin P Kolbe, Sr, v Department of Labor 
Sydney Cheryl Sutton v Department of Labor 

Sew Hanover County Board of Health 

Tabandeh Zand v New Hanover County Board of Health 

Department of Public Instruction 

Johnny Leak v Public Schools of NC, Depl. of Public Instruction 
McLennard Jay v Person County Schools 

Sandhill Community College 

Earl Levon Womack v Sandhill Community College Bd. of Trustees 



95 OSP 0968 
95 OSP 1211 



95 OSP 1035 



96 OSP 0861 
96 OSP 0862 



96 OSP 0573 



Morrison 



Wesi 



Reilly 



Gray 
Gray 



West 



Morrison 
Gray 



Trawick 



West 



Reilly 



Phipps 



Chess 



Reilly 



Becton 



Morrison 
Phipps 



Smith 



Phipps 
Phipps 



Phipps 



05/24/96 



05/29/96 



08/30/96 



12/06/96 
12/12/96 



06/11/96 



06/13/96 
01/09/97 



04/15/97 



06/13/96 



10/28/96 



06/27/96 



11/01/96 



06/06/96 



02/28/97 



03/14/96 
02/04/97 



03/01/96 



09/05/96 
09/04/96 



07/25/96 



{ 



11;06NCR 395 



11:13 NCR 1092 



11:21 NCR 1699 



11:27 NCR 2108 



1 1 :07 NCR 434 



11:24 NCR 1877 



11:01 NCR 58 



2094 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



May 1, 1997 



11:27 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



CASE 
NUMBER 



AU 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



Office of the State Controller 

Angela M. Terry v. Office of the State Controller 

Tideland Mental Health Center 

Lisa C. Selfridge v. Tideland Mental Health Center 

Department of Transportation 

Pearlie M. Simuel-Johnson v Department of Transportation 

Dorothy J. Grays v. Div. of Motor Vehicles, Dept. of Transportation 

Bobby R- Mayo v. Department of Transportation 

James H Broyhill v Department of Transportation 

Bobby R, Mayo v. Department of Transportation 

Pearlie M Simuel-Johnson v. Department of Transportation 

Lisa Ann Lee v. Department of Transportation 

Melvin Duncan v Department of Transportation 

Greg Brown v. Department of Transportation 

Jesse Wayne Castle v. State Highway Maint., Guess Rd.. Durham. NC 

Archie Brooks v. W F. Rosser. Department of Transportation 

Jessie L. Allen et al. v. DMV Enforcement Section 

Dwight Odell Graves v DOT Maintenance, Caswell County 

R.L Singleton v Department of Transportation 

William Dean Gillenwater v. Department of Transportation 

Shirley Pierce v DOT/DMV Drivers License 

Stephanie Taylor v. Department of Motor Vehicles 

James M. Stokes, IH v Department of Transportation 

Larry J. Winstead v. Department of Transportation 

Tri-County Mental Health Complex 

Deborah Heil v. Tri-County Mental Health Complex 

University of North Carolina 

Gregory Lapicki v. East Carolina University 

William C. Neal v. FayetteviUe State University 

Pamela B, Edwards v. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 

Keith R. Cameron v. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 

Bruce W. Hunt v. Pembroke State University 

Francina Y. Tate v. Chancellor Julius L. Chambers. NC Central Univ. 

Renee Lynch v. NC Central University 

Jerel H. Bonner v. School of Nursing UNC at Chapel Hill 

Janice S. Walton v. ASU, Beverly Christian, Joan Critcher, Libby Clawson 

Janice S. Walton v. Appalachian St University, Claude Cooper, Bill Ragan 

Janice S. Carroll v. Appalachian St University. Claude Cooper, Bill Ragan 

Vernell Mitchell v. North Carolina Cooperative Extension 

Bela E. Karvaly, PhD v. ECU Bd. of Trustees, Ch Richard R Eakin 

BelaE. Karvaly, Ph.D. v, UNC Bd, of Gov,, Pres. CD, Spangler, Jr. 

Teresa Dail McCaskill v. East Carolina University 

Carl E. Whigham v. UNC Hospitals at Chapel Hill 

Gejuan Long v. Winston Salem State University 

Theresa Louise Whitlington v. Appalachian State University 

Joey M. Carey v. A & T State University 

J, Scott Spears v. Ralph Pederson and UNC-C 

Richard Paul Schneck v. ECU Human Res,, Sch, of Med,, Psych, Med, 

Rebecca Williams v, Winston Salem State University 

Nellie Joyce Ferguson v, UNC Physicians & Assoc, Charles Foskey, Dir, 

Kristin K Parkinson v. Western Carolina University 

Mae Helen Lewis v, UNC Greensboro - Physical Plant 

Frederick A, Parmley v. NCSU Public Safety 

Donna M, VanHook v, UNC Hospitals at Chapel Hill 

Tommie Thompson v. UNCG, Physical Plant 

Harvey Lee Clemmons v. North Carolina State University 

Andrew W. Gholson v. North Carolina State University 



96 OSP 0402 



96 0SP1144 



Becton 



Smith 



95 OSP 1100 



Smith 



08/07/96 



02/10/97 



94 OSP 0589-' 


Gray 


03/01/96 




94 OSP 1044 


Rellly 


04/12/96 


11;03NCR 173 


95 OSP 0561*" 


Reilly 


01/08/97 




95 OSP 0673 


Gray 


12/02/96 




95 OSP 0798*" 


Reilly 


01/08/97 




95 OSP 0837*' 


Gray 


03/01/96 




95 OSP 1099 


Reilly 


07/31/96 




95 OSP 1462 


Morrison 


03/08/96 




96 OSP 0048 


Reilly 


05/02/96 




96 OSP 0087 


Gray 


04/15/96 




96 OSP 0239 


Smith 


05/17/96 




96 OSP 0408 


Becton 


08/12/96 




96 OSP 0616 


Morrison 


10/24/96 




96 OSP 0683 


Becton 


08/12/96 




96 OSP 0684 


Gray 


12/13/96 




96 OSP 0731 


West 


03/31/97 




96 OSP 0955 


Becton 


08/29/96 


11:13 NCR 1095 


96 OSP 0983 


Smith 


03/03/97 


11:24 NCR 1891 


97 OSP 0060 


Becton 


03/27/97 





03/22/96 



94 OSP 1721 


Reilly 


09/26/96 




95 OSP 0392 


Smith 


04/22/96 




95 OSP 0842 


Chess 


06/28/96 




95 OSP 1060 


Morrison 


06/24/96 




95 OSP 1288 


Becton 


12/02/96 




95 OSP 1432 


Smith 


04/22/96 




95 OSP 1461 


Smith 


10/03/96 


11:15 NCR 1255 


96 OSP 0026 


Gray 


03/12/96 


11:01 NCR 61 


96 OSP 0055 


West 


01/15/97 




96 OSP 0062 


West 


03/13/96 




96 OSP 0063 


West 


03/07/96 




96 OSP 0132 


Gray 


05/10/96 




96 OSP 0150 


Chess 


05/08/96 




96 OSP 0151 


Chess 


05/08/96 




96 OSP 0212 


Gray 


01/10/97 




96 OSP 0248 


Chess 


06/11/96 




96 OSP 0253 


Gray 


01/17/97 




96 OSP 0350 


Smith 


10/09/96 




96 OSP 0393 


West 


10/10/96 




96 OSP 0548 


Chess 


08/30/96 




96 OSP 0759 


Smith 


12/19/96 




96 OSP 0807 


Smith 


01/23/97 




96 OSP 0977 


Phipps 


10/02/96 




96 OSP 0987 


Becton 


10/22/96 




96 OSP 1000 


Reilly 


10/21/96 




96 OSP 1037 


Smith 


01/14/97 




96 OSP 1103 


Gray 


01/29/97 




96 OSP 1135 


Chess 


01/29/97 




96 OSP 1426 


Reilly 


01/16/97 




96 OSP 1730 


Reilly 


01/15/97 





Consolidated cases. 



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96 OSP 1090 



CASE 
AGENCY NCfMBER 

Wake County Board of Health 

Debbie L Whitley v Env Healih Div Wake Ct> Depc of Health 

STATE TREASURER 

Donald B Durham v Teachers' & St. Employees Retirement Sys. 
Linda H Belk v Bd. of Trustees Teachers & St- Emp Retirement Sys 
Barbara Dauterman v. Teachers' St. Si Employees Retirement Sys- 
Joyce Clyburn v Dept. of State Treasurer Retirement Systems Division 

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 

James E Phillips v Department of Transportation, Div. of Motor Vehicles 96 DOT 1829 
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 



ALJ 



Smith 



Reilly 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



09/05/96 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



i 



92 DST 1066 


Chess 


07/17/96 


11 09 NCR 


810 


96 DST 0600 


Smith 


03/13/97 






96 DST 0913 


Phipps 


03/07/97 






96 DST 1087 


Smith 


10/18/96 







12/10/96 



Sylvia Jeffries v. University of NC Hospitals at Chapel Hill 
James E, Boudwin v University of NC Hospitals at Chapel Hill 
Rufus T. Moore Jr. v. UNC Hospital 
Marcia Spruill v UNC Hospitals - Patient Accounts 
Charles E. Houlk v. UNC Hospitals 



96 UNC 0067 


Gray 


04/16/96 


96 UNC 0343 


Chess 


07/22/96 


96 UNC 0470 


Reilly 


08/12/96 


96 UNC 0500 


Becton 


07/10/96 


96 UNC 0588 


Morrison 


08/09/96 



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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 
COUNTY OF CARTERET 



IN THE OFFICE OF 

ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 

96EHRI126 



FREDERICK ALBRITTON and wife PEGGY S. 
ALBRITTON, 

Petitioners, 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, 
AND NATURAL RESOURCES 
Respondent. 



RECOMMENDED DECISION 



This maner came on for hearing before the undersigned administrative law judge on February 21 , 1997 in New Bern. 
The petitioners appeared pro se. Amy R. Gillespie represented the respondent. The petitioner presented one witness and 
introduced sixteen photographs. The respondent presented three witnesses and introduced Exhibits #1, 3, 4, 5, 7 and 6A - 6F 
which are photographs. 

ISSUE 

Did the respondent err by denying petitioners' request for a minor permit under the Coastal Area Management Act 
to construct a single family dwelling on their lot at Atlantic Beach? 

FINDINGS OF FACT 

1. On May 2, 1996, petitioners submitted a Minor Permit Application to build a single family residence on 
oceanfront property owned by them at 310 Gletm Street, Atlantic Beach. The permit was required under the Coastal 
Area Management Act because the property is within an area of environmental concern. 

2. Rule 15A NCAC 7H.0306 of the Coastal Resources Commission requires that oceanfront development be 
sited a specified distance landward of the first line of stable, natural vegetation. 

3. The first line of stable, natural vegetation within the bounds of the property itself was only 30 to 50 feet 
seaward of the road. 

4. However, a line, significantly closer to the ocean, was established through the extrapolation method provided 
in Rule 15A NCAC 7H. 0305(e). The first line of stable, natural vegetation on the two adjacent lots to the east and 
west, were determined through on-ground observation and by aerial photograph. These lines were then extended 
across the petitioners' lot and were considered to be the first line of stable, natural vegetation for the lot. 

5. Small, unconnected clumps of vegetation existed seaward of the extrapolated line on the petitioners' lot. 

6. 60 feet was then measured landward from the extrapolated vegetation line to determine the oceanfront 
development setback for the petitioners' lot. This measurement was calculated pursuant to 15A NCAC 7H.0306, 
which provides that the setback distance is determined by multiplying the long-term average annual erosion rate on 
the property by 30. In this case, the erosion rate established through Commission rule-making was 2 feet per year. 
The result is a setback requirement of 60 feet. 

7. This 60 feet was marked off landward from the first line of stable, natural vegetation (the setback line) on 
a sketch submitted by petitioners with their permit application. This sketch is part of respondent's Exhibit #5. 

8. Consequently, only 22 to 30 feet remained between this point and the road marking the landward boundary 
of the lot. This is insufficient space to build petitioners' proposed 30 x 30 foot dwelling and satisfy applicable street 
setback requirements. 



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9. On August 27, 1996, respondent denied the petitioners' application pursuant to G.S. § 1 13A-120(8), which 
requires an application to be denied if the proposed development would be inconsistent with the rules of the Coastal 
Resources Commission. 

10. No evidence was introduced at the admimstrative hearing concerning whether or not the denial of petitioners' 
application so restricted the use of their propeny as to deprive them of the practical uses thereof, being not otherwise 
authorized by law. No evidence was also introduced concerning whether or not the deprivation of practical uses 
constituted an unreasonable e.xercise of the police power because the denial of the application constituted the 
equivalent of taking without compensation. 

CONCLUSIONS OF LAW 

1. The respondent properly denied the petitioners' application. 

2. If the denial is upheld, the petitioners may seek compensation pursuant to GS 113A-123. See the recent 
decision of the Coun of Appeals in King v\ State of North Carolina (February 18, 1997). 

RECOMMENDED DECISION 

The Coastal Resources Commission should uphold the permit denial decision by the respondent. 

NOTICE 

The Coastal Resource Commission will make the final agency decision. It will give each pany the opportunity to file 
exceptions to this recommended decision and to present written arguments. The agency will serve a copy of the final decision 
on all parties, the attorneys of record and the Office of Administrative Hearings. 

This the 2nd day of April, 1997. 



{ 



Robert Roosevelt Reilly, Jr. 
Administrative Law Judge 



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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 



COUNTY OF WAKE 



IN THE OFFICE OF 

ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 

96 OSP 0605 



WILLIAM C. NEAL 
Petitioner, 

V. 

N.C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES, 
Respondent. 



RECOMMENDED DECISION 



This matter was heard in Raleigh, North Carolina on October 28-30, 1996 and December 9, 10, and 19, 1996 by 
Senior Administrative Law Judge Fred G. Morrison, Jr. 

APPEARANCES 



L 

2. 



Petitioner: Thomas Hilliard, III 

Attorney at Law 
P. O. Box 25305 
Raleigh, North Carolina 2761 1 

Respondent: Victoria L. Voight 

Assistant Attorney General 

N.C. Department of Justice 

P. O. Box 3642 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27602-0629 

ISSUES 

Did DHR have just cause to demote Petitioner for unsatisfactory job performance? 

Did DHR comply with all applicable procedural requirements in demoting Petitioner for unsatisfactory job 
performance? 

WITNESSES 

The following people testified for Petitioner: Jim Jarrard; Lynda Richard; Susan White; Petitioner; and Debra Dihoff. 

The following people testified for Respondent: Thomas Michael Fain; Michael Mayer; Michael Moseley; Susan 
White; Leza Aycock; and Phillip Hoffman. 

EXHIBITS 

The following proposed exhibits submitted by Petitioner were actually admitted into evidence at the hearing: 1 A-IC, 
3-10, 17, 19-32, 39-45, 48, 50, 52-54, 56 

The following proposed exhibits submitted by Respondent were actually admitted into evidence at the hearing: 1-7, 
9, 11-16, 18, 20, 22, 24-25, 28-30, 33-34, 36-42, 44-53, 55-57, 59-60, 62-63, 65 

Based upon the official documents in the file, sworn testimony of the witnesses, and other competent and 
admissible evidence, the undersigned makes the following: 

FINDINGS OF FACT 

1. Petitioner is a current State employee and has been employed by the State since 1974. During his employment with 

the State, Petitioner has worked in various accounting and business related positions and has served as the Director 
of Business Services at a State university. 



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2. In ihe spring of 1994, Petitioner applied for and was selected to fill the position of Business Officer I with the Thomas 
S. Section of the Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services (DMH) of 
the Department of Human Resources (DHR). The position is a pay grade 73. Petitioner's annual salary' at the time 
ofhire was 542,671.00. 

3. The Thomas S. Section is a subunit of the DMH. It was created in response to a class action lawsuit on behalf of 
adults with mental retardation who were inappropnateh' sen.'ed in the State's psychiatric hospitals. The purpose of 
the Section is to provide services to identified class members in accordance with the requirements of a federal court 
order. The Section has a current annual budget of 73.5 million dollars. 

4. The Business Officer I position serves as the budget officer for the Thomas S. Section and is responsible for handling 
budget administration, contracts and community funding. As stated in the position description, the job requires a 
great deal of independence and initiative and requires the employee to panicipate in the allocation of funds; to realign 
funds as needed to cover unforeseen budget needs; to coordinate the development of contracts; and to review and 
approve all contract invoices to ensure accuracy and timely payment. The position serves as a member of the Thomas 
S. Management Team and participates in weekly management team meetings. The position is physically located in 
the Thomas S. Office and receives day to day assignments from the Thomas S. Section Chief, but is actually part of 
the DMH budget staff and receives professional supen'ision from DMH's Chief Budget Officer. For this reason, the 
position is described as having a dual reporting relationship and personnel decisions regarding the filling of the 
position are jointly made. 

5. At the time Petitioner was selected to fill the Thomas S. Budget officer position, the Thomas S. Section Chief was 
Mike Moseley and DMH's Chief Budget Officer was Phillip Hoffman. Moseley and Hoffman jointly interviewed 
Petitioner for the Thomas S. Budget officer position. During the interview, they discussed the duties of the position; 
the competing demands inherent in the job; and the demanding work schedule. At the conclusion of the selection 
process both felt Petitioner had the background necessary to perform the duties of the position and agreed to offer 
Petitioner the business officer position. 

6. During the period of time that Moseley served as Thomas S. Section Chief, he provided Petitioner feedback 
concerning his performance which included at least one documented counseling enumerating a number of areas of 
performance which needed improvement and providing guidance as to specific improvements which Petitioner needed 
to make. Among the items discussed was the timely processmg of invoices (to be paid within 3-5 days of receipt) and 
the need to notify Hoffman prior to the 5th day if this time frame could not be met. As of the date Moseley left the 
Section Chief position in December of 1994, man\- of these performance deficiencies had not been corrected. 

7. In December of 1994, Susan White became the new Thomas S. Section Chief. White had previously sep.ed as the 
Section's Assistant Chief. Shortly after assuming her new duties as Section Chief, White prepared a work plan for 
Petitioner which she forwarded to Hoffman for approval. Among the duties listed in the workplan were; coordinate 
the development of contracts; and process all bills for payment within 5 days of receipt. 

8. A similar work plan was prepared for the 95/96 work year. It pro%ided for the review and processing of contracts 
for approval in accordance with DHR and State Purchase and Contract guidelines; the processing of contracts for 
approval in a timely marmer; the processing of contract invoices for payment within three working days of receipt; 
and the processing of all bills or requests for pa>ment within 3 days of receipt. Under the heading, "beha\ioral 
expectations", the work plan stated that Petitioner should "Seek solutions to problems actively before being asked or 
told to do so. Takes action to achieve results." 

9. During the period of time that she sei^'ed as Section Chief White also noted problems with Petitioner's performance, 
including: failure to follow-up or follow through with promised actions; problems with understanding basic budget 
concepts; and failure to timely complete work assignments. She addressed these problems in various ways, including 
face-to-face discussions, memos to Petitioner and Hoffman; work plans; and disciplinary action. 

10. In an April 17, 1995, memo, Petitioner was advised of the need to develop guidelines or parameters for contract 
development and approval. 

11. On May 1. 1995, Petitioner received written documentation of an oral warning for failure to timeh' process an 
allocation letter. White had specifically asked Petitioner to prepare an allocation letter to cover an urgent request 
by an area program. The letter was not prepared within the allotted time frame. White then followed-up with 

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Petitioner concerning the status of the letter and informed Petitioner that the letter needed to go out ASAP. Petitioner 
assured White that it would go out within two weeks. Again, the letter was not received within the promised time 
frame. White made a third inquiry as to the status of the letter and was informed that Petitioner had not sent it out 
because there was not enough money in that line item of the budget. White authorized the transfer of funds to cover 
the allocation and the letter was fmally sent out. In the written documentation, Petitioner was advised that when there 
was a problem which prevented him from complying with the standard processing time frame, he was expected to let 
someone know that there was a problem. 

12. On May 23, 1995, Petitioner received a written warning for failing to timely and accurately prepare a series of 
allocation letters. Once again, the incident involved Petitioner having made certain promises regarding the time frame 
for completion of the work which he didn't keep. 

13. On Jime 2, 1995, Petitioner received a memo from Hoffman which referenced several problems with his performance. 
In the memo, Hoffman informed Petitioner that when he encountered problems accomplishing his work he should 
bring it to Hoffman's attention. 

14. On or about July 18, 1995, Petitioner attended a predisciplinary conference regarding his failure to timely process 
a request for payment from the federal Special Master's Office. The Special Master oversees the Section's 
implementation of the federal court order. The Special Master had requested special handling of a request for payment 
covering salaries and expenses for the month of July in order to avoid a payment delay such as the one that occurred 
at the begiiming of the previous fiscal year. Through correspondence. Petitioner advised the Special Master that the 
request "could" be processed during the week of July 10. Petitioner later requested approval for vacation for the 
week of July 10. Prior to approving the request. White asked Petitioner whether he had done everything necessary 
to honor the Special Master's request. Petitioner told White that he had submitted the request to the fiscal office for 
payment and that all that remained was for the fiscal office to begin writing checks for the new fiscal year. While 
Petitioner was on vacation, the Special Master called about the status of the checks. White contacted the fiscal office 
and was informed that no request for payment had been received. During the conference. Petitioner requested 
additional time to respond to the allegations, which was granted. After receiving Petitioner's response, though not 
happy with his performance, Hoffman decided that the incident might have resulted from miscommunication and 
misunderstandings and, giving Petitioner the benefit of the doubt, decided not to give Petitioner a disciplinary action 
for the incident. Petitioner was, however, again reminded that he was to process all requests for payment within 3 
days. 

15. Among the clients served by the Section under the federal court order was a man referred to during the hearing as 
Tommy J. Tommy is a particularly difficult client to serve because, in addition to being mentally retarded, he has 
a significant hearing impairment, is incredibly strong, has a very short fuse, and had a documented history of sexual 
problems involving children. Because of this, the area program covering Tommy's county of residence had refused 
to serve Tommy. The Section had arranged to provide services to Tommy at a special facility in Florida; however, 
the Section was under increasing pressure from the Special Master to provide appropriate services to Tommy in North 
Carolina. Eventually, the Special Master issued a series of orders demanding that Tommy be returned to North 
Carolina by a date certain and threatened to hold DHR's Secretary in contempt if this deadline was not met . 

16. In February of 1995, the Section asked a private, nonprofit corporation named New Partners Inc., (NPI), to develop 
a plan to provide services to Tommy in North Carolina. NPI was a relatively new company, headquartered in Ohio, 
which had recently begun providing services in North Carolina. The company's focus was the provision of services 
to difficult-to-serve clients like Tommy. Mike Mayer, the network director for NPI, flew down to examine Tommy 
and developed a service delivery plan which was tentatively approved by the Special Master . The Special Master 
reluctantly agreed to give the Section until July 19, 1995, to bring Tommy back to North Carolina, but warned that 
further delays could result in the issuance of contempt citations. 

17. From the outset, both the Section and NPI knew that it would be difficult to meet the deadline imposed by the Special 
Master. First, the concept of contracting directly with a service provider was new to the Section. The Section 
traditionally allocated service delivery funds to the area mental health programs which, in turn, contracted directly 
with the service provider for the delivery of services. In this case, since the area program had stated that it had no 
interest in serving Tommy, the Section was forced to contract directly with the service provider. Neither the Section 
nor DMH had experience or guidelines governing such contracts. Additionally, the plan necessitated the purchase 
of a residence to house Tommy, and neither the DMH nor NPI wanted to assume responsibility for the purchase or 



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ownership of property. Lastly, implementation of the plan was extremely costly and both parties were continually 
looking for ways to reduce the cost of ser\'ice. Resolution of these issues required the involvement of DMH budget 
and fiscal staff and delayed approval of the initial contract. The initial contract was not signed until April of 1995. 
In accordance with standard DMH practice, the initial contract was set to expire on June 30, 1995, with the 
understanding that the parties would negotiate a subsequent amendment or extension contract to cover services to be 
provided during the 95/96 fiscal year. 

18. The initial contract generally provided for the provision of services to Tommy J. and three other yet-to-be-identified 
clients at a residence or residences to be purchased by NPI. It contained no service delivery dates and dealt primarily 
with the issue of start-up costs. As set forth in the initial contract. Petitioner was designated as the contract 
administrator for the Section and Mike Mayer was designated as contract administrator for NPI. 

19. Because of the delays in getting the mitial contract approved, on May 10, 1995, NPI notified the Section it would not 
be able to meet its initial projected time frame for the provision of services to Tommy J. It also notified the Section 
that it appeared likely that it would need an additional fifteen thousand dollars to cover the purchase of a residence 
if and when it found one suitable. 

20. On May 17, 1995, White sent Petitioner a memo requesting that he do what was necessary to get NPI the additional 
515,000.00 in start-up funds and suggesting that he walk the request over to Mr. Hoffman for approval as soon as 
it was formulated. 

21. As of May 22, 1995, Petitioner had not prepared a contract amendment to cover the additional start-up costs. In 
frustration. White assigned Jim Jarrard, another Section employee, to "assist" Petitioner in preparing the contract 
amendment. In so doing, she sent Petitioner a second memo to which she attached a copy of the Special Master's 
order so that he would clearly understand the importance of doing whatever was necessary to assist NPI in meeting 
the July 19, 1995, deadline. 

22. That same day, Jarrard prepared a proposed amendment for Hoffman's review. Three days later, Jarrard delivered 
the proposed amendment to Petitioner for processing. In accordance with DMH procedure. Petitioner submitted the 
proposed amendment to DMH's fiscal office for approval. On June 1 , 1995, Petitioner faxed a proposed amendment 
to NPI for signature. 

23. In addition to containing an additional 515,000.00 in start-up funds, the proposed amendment contained service 
delivery dates for Tommy J. (July 19, 1995) and the three yet-to-be-identified other clients (June 30, 1995). The 
proposed amendment did not extend the duration of the contract. NPI refused to sign the proposed amendment 
because it contained service delivery dates contrary to those contained in its May 10, 1995, letter and required the 
provision of services during the next fiscal year (the 7/19/95 placement date for Tommy J.) without extending the 
duration of the contract. Petitioner was notified of NPI's concerns by Mayer. Petitioner promised to investigate these 
concerns and get back in touch. Mayer also sent White a letter noting NPI's disappointment with the Section's 
response times to date and informing her that these delays were impacting NPI's ability to adhere to the previously 
agreed to time frames. 

24. On June 5, 1995, Mayer met with various representatives of the Section, including Petitioner, to discuss the status 
of the project; the problems with locating suitable housing; and strategies for meeting the deadline for bringing 
Tommy J. back to North Carolina. 

25. As of June 11, 1995, Mayer had still not received a revised contract amendment for signature. On June 12, 1995, 
Mayer called Petitioner about the status of the contract and was advised that Lynda Richard, the Section's Client 
Services Director, had initialed the changes he had requested and that a revised amendment should be forthcoming. 

26. Thereafter, Mayer had several phone conversations with Petitioner about various issues relating to service delivery 
costs to be contained in the extension contract; however, it was not until July 18, 1995, after the initial Tommy J. 
contract had expired and the day before NPI was to begin providing services to Tommy in North Carolina, that Mayer 
received a draft of the extension contract for review and comment. The draft extension contract had not yet been 
reviewed or approved by the DMH fiscal office. 

27. NPI had several problems with the draft extension contract, not the least of which uas that it required that NPI "place" 
the three other clients by June 30, 1995 (a deadline which had already passed and which NPI had repeatedly said it 

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could not meet). NPI immediately notified Petitioner orally and in writing of the problems it had with the draft 
extension contract. 

28. On July 26, 1995, Petitioner sent a revised draft extension contract to Leza Aycock, DMH's Chief Fiscal Officer, 
for review and approval. Petitioner faxed a courtesy copy of the revised draft to Mayer. In reviewing the revised 
draft, Mayer noticed that although Petitioner had changed the service delivery date for the other three clients as 
requested by NPI, he had not made other language changes requested by NPI (NPI had requested that the wording 
be changed from "move into their placements" to "will receive services by") which were critical to NPI's ability to 
comply with the contract provisions. Mayer immediately called Petitioner and requested that this language be 
changed. 

29. Upon receipt of the revised draft extension contract (which was drafted in the form of an amendment), Aycock asked 
Petitioner to provide her with a copy of the initial contract. Aycock then reviewed the extension contract against the 
initial contract and prepared a list of items that needed to be clarified or corrected before she could approve the 
extension contract for signature. This list was forwarded to Petitioner on August 6, 1995. Petitioner did not contact 
Aycock about the list and Aycock did not receive any new drafts of the extension contract during the months of 
August or September. 

30. In late July, August, and early September, Mayer contacted Petitioner on numerous occasions to check on the status 
of the contract and was told that the extension contract should be ready "soon". 

31. On August 11, 1995, Petitioner received an invoice from NPI for services rendered during the 95-96 fiscal year. 
Petitioner did not process the invoice for payment, nor did he notify anyone that he was not processing it. On 
September 9, 1995, Petitioner received a second invoice from NPI for services rendered during the 95-96 fiscal year. 
Petitioner did not process the invoice for payment, nor did he notify anyone that he was not processing it. 

32. During the latter half of September, Mayer's contacts with Petitioner regarding approval of the extension contract and 
payment of the pending invoices became more frequent and more urgent. Petitioner continued to assure Mayer that 
the contract should be ready soon and payment received within a few days thereafter. 

33. On September 29, 1995, Mayer told Petitioner that he couldn't wait any longer and that he was going to contact 
White. Petitioner assured Mayer that the contract should be ready the first of next week. Mayer called White and 
told her that the extension contract hadn't been approved and NPI hadn't been paid. This was the first notice White 
had of the problem. White told him that she would check into it and get back in touch. White went to Petitioner to 
inquire as to the status of the contract. Petitioner told her that the extension contract had been submitted to fiscal for 
approval. Petitioner then contacted Mayer and asked for fiscal information to extend the contract through October. 
Mayer faxed the requested information to Petitioner that same date. 

34. Also on September 29, 1995, Petitioner prepared another draft revision of the extension contract which he then 
forwarded to Aycock in the DMH fiscal office for approval. The cover memo on the new draft extension contract 
didn't indicate that there was any urgency with respect to approval and the package was not received in the fiscal 
office until October 3, 1995. The new draft extension contract did not address all of the issues outlined in Aycock's 
August checklist. It also did not include the language changes regarding service delivery dates previously requested 
by NPI. The new draft extended the contract through October of 1995. 

35. On October 4, 1995, Hoffman sent Petitioner an urgent E-mail informing him of problems with the draft extension 
contract and asking to meet with Petitioner and others ASAP to address these problems. That same date. Petitioner 
received a third invoice from NPI covering services provided during the 95/96 fiscal year. In a telephone call with 
Mayer, Petitioner stated that the contract was ready to be signed as soon as he made a few more calculations. 

36. On October 6, 1995, Mayer notified Petitioner that NPI still had not been paid and that if payment was not received 
immediately, NPI intended to terminate services. 

37. On October 9, 1995, Mayer again contacted Petitioner about the contract and Petitioner stated that it was hours away 
from being finalized. That same day. Petitioner sent White a memo, attaching the NPI invoices, and notifying her 
that NPI has made an "urgent request for payment". Petitioner suggested that White contact Hoffman and Aycock 
and request that they approve payment of the invoices even though a contract covering the service delivery period had 
not yet been approved. White did as suggested by Petitioner and was informed by Hoffman and Aycock that they 
could not approve payment without an approved contract. 



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38. On October 11, 1995, Mayer contacted Hoffman about the contract. They discussed the areas of concern and 
Hoffman faxed him revised information for review and approval. 

39. On October 13, 1995, the contract was signed and the invoices were paid. 

40. As a result of the delay in payment of the invoices, Mayer testified that NPI's payroll checks bounced, its credit 
record was damaged, and continued services to the Section clients covered by the contract were jeopardized. 

41 . Hoffman and White discussed the problems with the handling of the NPI contract with Michael Fain, DMH Persormel 
Officer. Fain provided them advice based upon the information contained in his copy of the State Persormel Manual. 
The "Disciplinaiy Action Section" of the Manual was amended by the State Personnel Commission effective October 
1, 1995: however, the Office of State Personnel did not send out copies of the new policy until October 26, 1995, 
and Fain did not receive a preliminary copy of the policy until November 14, 1995. 

42. Hoffman and White decided to conduct a predismissal conference. White agreed to make the arrangements. On 
October 12, 1995, White sent Petitioner a certified email message instructing him to attend a meeting on October 17, 
1995. The message stated that the meeting related to Petitioner's handling of the NPI contract and described the 
meeting as a predismissal conference. The message informed Petitioner that Hoffman had asked that he prepare a 
chronology of the events surrounding the NPI contract problems. White copied Hoffman on the email. After White 
received notice that Neal had received the message, she stopped by his office to ask if he had any questions about the 
meeting. 

43. On October 17, 1995, Petitioner attended a meeting with White, Hoffman, and Fain. Fain was present in an advisory 
capacity. Petitioner was again informed that the meeting was a predismissal conference. Petitioner, White, and 
Hoffman discussed the problems with the processing of the NPI contract. Among the concerns expressed by Hoffman 
were: Petitioner's failure to timely respond to Aycock's list of concerns: his lack of work on the contract during 
August and September: and his statements to Mayer that the contract was close to being approved and that payment 
should be received soon. Hoffman and White discussed the similarity of the NPI situation to Petitioner's past 
performance problems including the problems surrounding the handling of the Special Master's request. Petitioner 
had not completed the chronology requested by Hoffman. Petitioner requested additional time to respond to the 
allegations. Hoffman agreed to give Petitioner additional time to prepare a response, stating that he would meet with 
Petitioner again after he had an opportunity to review his response. 

44. Petitioner provided Hoffman with both a chronology and a written response. In the response. Petitioner stated that 
the reason he didn't work on the contract in August and September was because he was waiting for resolution of an 
issue relating to property ownership and this information was not received until September. Hoffman rejected this 
explanation because the property ownership issue was not crucial to the processing of the extension contract: it didn't 
explain why Petitioner did not notify someone in a position of authority concerning the problem with the NPI 
contract: and it didn't explain why he didn't notify someone that invoices were going unpaid pending resolution of 
the problem. It also did not explain statements that Petitioner made to NPI regarding the status of the contract. 

45. On October 23, 1995, Petitioner and Hoffman met to discuss Petitioner's response to the allegations. In that meeting. 
Petitioner stated that the reason he did not work on the NPI extension contract in August and September was because 
he had been busy working on allocation letters. Hoffman rejected this explanation because these were basically form 
letters which take very little time to prepare. 

46. On October 26, 1995, Hoffman dismissed Petitioner from employment based upon his handling of the NPI extension 
contract. In the dismissal letter, Hoffman specifically listed as reasons for Petitioner's dismissal: his failure to work 
on the contract amendment between August 11, 1995, and September 29, 1995: his failure to notif>' Hoffman or White 
of the problems with the proposed amendments: his statements to NPI regarding the status of the contract upon which 
NPI relied ; and his deficiencies regarding the timely processing of contracts and invoices and the provision of notice 
to Hoffman or White when these time frames could not be met. 

47. Petitioner challenged his dismissal through the DHR grievance process. On January 31, 1996, Petitioner was 
provided a hearing before a DHR hearing officer. Present at the hearing were Hoffman, White, Fain, and Mayer. 
At the hearing, Petitioner was allowed to present documentary and testimonial evidence and to ask questions of the 
wimesses. At the conclusion of the hearing, the hearing officer found that while Petitioner committed the acts listed 
in the dismissal letter and while his acts violated known work rules and seriously impacted NPI, they were not 

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"willful" and thus did not constitute personal conduct, but rather were in the nature of unsatisfactory job performance. 
Since Petitioner had only received one written warning prior to his dismissal, the hearing officer concluded that 
Hoffman lacked just cause to dismiss Petitioner and recommended that he be reinstated. Because the hearing officer 
concluded that Petitioner's actions constimted unsatisfactory job performance and because he had previously received 
a written warning, the hearing officer recommended that Petitioner be demoted effective the date of the original 
dismissal. By letter dated April 24, 1996, the Secretary adopted the findings, conclusions and recommendation of 
the hearing officer and ordered that Petitioner be reinstated and retroactively demoted. Petitioner then filed his 
petition for a contested case hearing, attaching a copy of this letter. 

48. By letter dated April 26, 1996, Petitioner was reinstated and retroactively demoted effective October 27, 1995, from 

a Business Officer I position, pay grade 73, to an Accounting Specialist II position, pay grade 69. Petitioner's salary 
was reduced by 10% from $45,266.00 to $40,739.00 and he was transferred from DMH to the DHR's Division of 
Social Services. Petitioner received back pay from October 27, 1995, at the reduced salary. A memo setting forth 
the reasons for his demotion was substituted for the dismissal letter in Petitioner's personnel file. There was no 
conference held with Petitioner following the Secretary's decision to demote. 

CONCLUSIONS OF LAW 

1. The Office of Administrative Hearings has jurisdiction over the parties and the subject matter pursuant to Chapters 
126 and Chapter 150B of the North Carolina General Statutes and has the authority to issue a recommended decision 
to the State Personnel Commission ("SPC") which shall make the final decision. 

2. G.S. § 126-35 states that "[n]o career State employee subject to the State Personnel Act shall be discharged, 
suspended, or demoted for disciplinary reasons, except for just cause. " As defined by SPC rules in effect at the time 
this action was taken, "[ejither unacceptable or grossly inefficient job performance or unacceptable personal conduct 
constitutes just cause for discipline or dismissal. The categories are not mutually exclusive, as certain actions by 
employees may fall into both categories, depending upon the facts of each case. No disciplinary action shall be invalid 
solely because the disciplinary action is labeled incorrectly." 26 NCAC IJ. 0604(c). 

3. The term "unacceptable job performance" means the failure to satisfactorily meet job requirements as specified in the 
job description, work plan, or as directed by management of the work unit or agency. Prior to being dismissed for 
unacceptable job performance, an employee shall receive at least two prior disciplinary actions. The actions need 
not all concern the same type of unsatisfactory performance and actions related to personal conduct may be included 
in the progressive system for performance related dismissal provided that the employee receives at least the number 
of actions, regardless of the basis of the actions, required for dismissal on the basis of inadequate performance. 25 
NCAC 1J.0605. Prior to being demoted for unacceptable job performance, an employee shall receive at least one 
prior disciplinary action. 25 NCAC IJ. 0612(1). Examples of employee activities which have been found by the 
courts to constitute unacceptable job performance include: failure to report resident abuse; failing to sign out or inform 
the supervisor before leaving the building on break; and failing to meet established quotas. See Walker v^ DHR . 79 
N.C. App. 125, 338 S.E.2d 826, disc rev, denied, 313 N.C. 533, 344 S.E.2d 8 (1986); Walker v, DHR . 100 N.C. 
App. 498, 397 S.E.2d 350 (1990), disc, rev, denied . 328 N.C. 98, 402 S.E.2d 430 (1991); and Amanini v, DHR . 
114 N.C. App. 668, 443 S.E.2d 114 (1994). 

4. The term "grossly inefficient job performance" means the failure to satisfactorily perform job requirements as specified 
in the job description, work plan, or as directed by the management of the work unit or agency where that failure 
results in: the creation of the potential for death or serious bodily injury to an employee or to members of the public 
or to a person over whom the employee has responsibility; or the loss of or damage to state property or funds that 
result in a serious impact on the state or work unit. 25 NCAC IJ. 0614(f). Dismissal on the basis of grossly 
inefficient job performance is administered in the same maimer as for unacceptable job performance. Employees may 
be dismissed on the basis of a current incident of grossly inefficient job performance without any prior disciplinary 
action. 25 NCAC IJ. 0606. Similarly, an employee may be demoted for grossly inefficient job performance without 
any prior disciplinary action. 25 NCAC IJ. 0612(2). 

5. The term "unacceptable personal conduct" is defmed, in part, as conduct for which no reasonable person should expect 
to receive prior warnings, or the willful violation of known or written work rules. 25 NCAC 1 J.0614(i). Employees 
may be dismissed or demoted for a current incident of unacceptable personal conduct, without any prior disciplinary 
action.. 25 NCAC 1 J. 0608 and IJ. 0612(a)(3) . Actions by State employees which have been found by the couns 



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to constitute unacceptable personal misconduct include: failing to assist in a management investigation; intoxication; 
participation in an action which seriously disrupted or disturbed the normal operations of the workplace; and 
insubordmation. See Reed v, Byrd, 41 N.C. App. 625, 255 S.E. 2d 606 (1979); Jones v. DHR . 300 N.C. App. 687, 
268S.E.2d500(1980); Leiphart V. N.C. School of the Arts, 80 N.C. App. 339, 342 S.E. 2d 914, cen. denied . 318 
N.C. 507, 349 S.E. 2d 862 (1986); and Walter v. Vance County . 90 N.C. App. 636, 369 S.E. 2d 631 (1988). 

6. Prior to effecting a dismissal for any reason, certain procedural requirements must be met. The employee must be 
given advance written notice of the pre-dismissal conference which includes the time, location, and issue for which 
dismissal has been recommended. Attendance at the conference is limited to the employee and the person conducting 
the conference; however, a second management representative and security personnel may also be present. The 
purpose of the pre-dismissal conference is to review the recommendation for dismissal with the affected employee and 
to listen to and to consider any information put forth by the employee, in order to ensure that a dismissal decision is 
sound and not based on misinformation or mistake. Every effort shall be made to assure that the employee has had 
a full opportunity to set forth any available information in opposition to the recommendation to dismiss prior to the 
end of the conference. 25 NCAC IJ. 0613(4). Failure to conduct a pre-dismissal conference is a procedural violation 
for which limited remedies are available. 25 NCAC IB. 0432(c). 

7. Prior to effecting a disciplinary demotion for any reason, certain procedural requirements must also be met. The 
employee must be given advanced oral or written notice of a pre-disciplinary conference which includes the time, 
location, and issue for which discipline has been recommended. There are no restrictions or limitations contained in 
the rules with respect to who may attend a pre-disciplinary conference and the term is not otherwise defined in the 
rules. There is, however, a definition for disciplinary action which includes as subsets both demotion and dismissal. 
25 NCAC lJ.0613(93Kc); IJ. 0604(a). 

8. The certified E-mail sent to Petitioner by White on October 12, 1995. met the notice requirements for both a pre- 
disciplinary and a pre-dismissal conference. It was in writing; it contained the location and time of the meeting; and 
it set forth the issue for which discipline or dismissal had been recommended. 

9. The October 17, 1995, meeting of Petitioner, Hoffman, White and Fain met the requirements for a pre-disciplinary 
conference, such as they were. It also substantially met the requirements for a pre-dismissal conference. The rule 
limits the number of management representatives to two and there were only two present, Hoffman and White. Fain 
was there in an advisory capacity as DMH's personnel officer. While the rules do not specifically provide for the 
presence of a representative of the personnel office, they do not prohibit it either. Petitioner did not object to Fain's 
presence at the conference and offered no evidence that he was harmed by Fain's presence. Thus, Fain's presence 
constituted, at most, a harmless, technical violation. Further, during the conference Petitioner asked for and was 
given additional time to prepare a response. TTiereafter, a second meeting was conducted, attended by only Petitioner 
and Hoffman. Any technical defect caused by Fain's presence at the first meeting was cured by the second one-on-one 
meeting. DHR was not required to prepare a second written notice since the second meeting was an extension of the 
original conference and the topic was the same. Similarly, DHR was not required to conduct a second pre-disciplinary 
conference prior to demoting Petitioner, having determined that the decision to dismiss him was inappropriate. The 
issue which had resulted in the decision to take disciplinary action was the same. Petitioner's handling of the NPI 
extension contract. This issue had been thoroughly discussed in the October 17, and 23 conferences and during the 
DHR step three hearing. There was nothing to be gained by conducting yet another meeting to discuss this issue. 

10. Petitioner's actions with respect to the handling of the NPI extension contract, at minimum, constituted unacceptable 
job performance. (The question as to whether aspects of those actions might also have constituted grossly ineffective 
job performance or imacceptable f)ersonal conduct is not before us.) Petitioner did not process the extension contract 
in a timely manner and his explanations for why he did not do this are not acceptable. Petitioner did little or no work 
on the contract during a critical six week period. Petitioner's explanation that he was waiting for resolution of the 
property ownership question is inadequate, as is his suggestion that he was busy working on the allocation letters. 
The ownership issue was not a crucial element of the extension contract and the issuance of the allocation letters 
should not have taken six weeks to complete. Petitioner did not process the invoices for payment in a timely manner 
and his explanation for why he did not do so also is not acceptable since the reason he espoused (that there was not 
a contract in place) was partially within his power to remedy. More importantly. Petitioner did not notify either 
Hoffman or White that he did not have an extension contract in place and that he was holding invoices pending the 
execution of that contract. Petitioner had been repeatedly placed on notice orally and in writing that contracts were 
to be processed promptly and that invoices were to be submitted for payment within three days of receipt. He didn't 
do either of these things. Petitioner had also been repeatedly told, orally and in writing, that if he couldn't meet these 

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time frames, if there was a problem of any kind, he needed to tell either Hoffman or White. He didn't do that either. 
Given that White had already placed Petitioner on notice as to the importance of the NPI contract to the Section, 
Petitioner's failure to at least tell Hoffman or White that there was a problem, so that they could try and resolve it 
before it reached crisis proportions, was inexcusable. Lastly, Petitioner's statements to NPI concerning the status of 
the contract were detrimental to both the Section and NPI. Petitioner was responsible for preparing the draft extension 
contract and submitting it to Aycock for approval. From mid August till the end of September the only thing holding 
up the processing of that contact was Petitioner, yet Petitioner repeatedly assured NPI that the contract should be ready 
"soon", "in a few days", "the first of next week". NPI relied on that assurance to its detriment. That reliance almost 
caused NPI to shut its doors and if that had happened the Section would have been hard-pressed to secure adequate 
placement for the clients served by NPI and probably would have been facing federal sanctions. Petitioner's actions 
in this regard, at minimum, constituted extremely poor judgment. 

11. Respondent had just cause to demote Petitioner for unacceptable job performance and to reduce his salary by 10%. 
Prior to being demoted for unacceptable job performance, the employee must have received at least one prior 
disciplinary action. Petitioner received a written warning on May 23, 1995. His actions with regard to the processing 
of the NPI extension contract constimted a second incident of unsatisfactory job performance for which demotion was 
an appropriate remedy. Thus, DHR had just cause to demote Petitioner for these actions. Petitioner has contended 
that because DHR initially labeled his actions "unacceptable personal conduct" rather than "unsatisfactory job 
performance" he was entitled to reinstatement to his previous pay and pay grade and, at most, to demotion effective 
the date of DHR's step three decision; however, the rules clearly state that the incorrect labeling of a disciplinary 
action as being either "performance" or "conduct" is not the test. The test is whether the substantive acts alleged 
constitute just cause for taking the particular disciplinary action in question. In this case, the question is whether 
Petitioner's actions with respect to the NPI contract plus his prior performance record constituted just cause for 
demoting him in October of 1995. The answer to this question is yes. Further, Petitioner had actual notice of the 
reasons for that action as of that date. For this reason, DHR not only had just cause to demote Petitioner, it had just 
cause to demote him as of the date the original disciplinary action was taken. 

12. Since he was given back pay and the letter to Petitioner dated April 26, 1996, stated that he was being demoted from 
"your present classification as Business Officer I", Petitioner is entitled to an award of reasonable attorney's fees 
pursuant to G. S. 126-4(11) and pertinent rules of the State Persoimel Commission. Since he had been dismissed, 
he had to be reinstated to his former position before he could be demoted. 

RECOMMENDED DECISION 

It is recommended that the State Personnel Conmiission affirm DHR's decision to demote Petitioner, but award him 
reasonable attorney's fees upon submission of his counsel's affidavit. 

ORDER 

It is hereby ordered that the agency serve a copy of the Final Decision on the Office of Administrative Hearings, P.O. 
Drawer 27447, Raleigh, N.C. 27611-7447, in accordance with North Carolina General Statutes Section 150B-36(b). 

NOTICE 

Before the agency makes the FINAL DECISION, it is required by North Carolina General Statutes section 150B-36(a) 
to give each party an opportunity to file exceptions to this RECOMMENDED DECISION , and to present written arguments 
to those in the agency who will make the final decision. 

The agency is required by North Carolina General Statutes section 150B-36(b) to serve a copy of the Final Decision 
on all parties and to furnish a copy to the Parties' attorney of record. 

This the 17th day of April, 1997. 



Fred G. Morrison, Jr. 

Senior Administrative Law Judge 



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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 
COUNTS OF ONSLOW 



in the office of 
administr.\ti\t; hearings 

96 OSP 1014 



ANDREW KENT WIGMORE. 
Petitioner, 



ONSLOW COL"ST\' DEPARTMENT OF, 
SOCIAL SERVICES, 

Respondent. 



RECO.MMENT)ED DECISION 



THIS MATTER came on for hearing before the undersigned Administrative Law Judge during the course of a 
regularh' scheduled hearing held on Januars' 17, 1997 in Counroom No. 2 of the Pender County Courthouse in Burgaw, Pender 
Count}'. North Carolina. Petitioner appeared before the Court represented by his attorney, David P. Voerman. Respondent 
appeared before the Court represented by its attorney. Cynthia L. Turco. The Administrative Law Judge, based upon the 
e\idence presented, including all witnesses who testified at the hearing, all e.xhibits which were admitted, and the arguments 
of counsel as made, makes the following recommended Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Order: 



FINDINGS OF FACT 



2. 



This action was instimted by Petitioner on August 2. 1996 through the filing and service of a formal Petition 
for a Contested Case hearing pursuant to N.C.G.S. §126-34 et seq . 

Prior to filing the aforesaid Petition, Petitioner had sought to pursue grievance options within the local 
grie\ ance procedures established by the Onslow Count\' Personnel Policies in accordance with Article VIII 
Sections, of the Onslow Count)' Personnel Policy and in accordance with N.C.G.S. §126-35 and relevant 
portions of the State Personnel Act and implementing regulations. 

Petitioner is an attorney who was formerly emplo\'ed as an Attorney I by the Onslow County Department 
of Social Services. Petitioner held such employment from on or about September 12, 1994 until on or about 
Julv 2, 1996. 



3. Petitioner's work responsibilities were primarily in the Section IV-D Unit of the Onslow Count\' Department 
of Social Senices. The Section IV-D Unit handles child support enforcement matters. A preponderance of 
Petitioner's work responsibilities were, therefore, related to child support enforcement in the Section IV-D 
Unit. Petitioner's other duties were to handle child protective services matters when the Senior Department 
.Attome},' was unavailable to cover such matters. 

4. Mr. James Coats had served as the Acting Director of the Onslow Count\' Department of Social Sen.'ices 
since June 5, 1996. In his role as Acting Director, Coats had direct supervisor.' responsibility for Petitioner. 
Under this arrangement. Petitioner reported directly to Coats as the Acting Director of the Department and 
Coats serv-ed as Petitioner's supervisor. Coats became dissatisfied with this arrangement as it did not allow 
him to provide sufficient "hands on" supervision of Petitioner's employment performance. 

5. On July 1, 1996, Coats met with the E.xecutive Committee within the Onslow County Department of Social 
Services. The E.xecutive Committee was composed of Division Chiefs within the Department. As part of 
this meeting. Coats informed the members of the Executive Committee of Coats' intention to make an 
organizational change within the Department. This change would result in a change in the supervision 
arrangement for Petitioner. Specificalh', Coats told the Executive Committee that Coats wished to place 
Petitioner imder the supen.ision of Ms. Linda B\'rd, Supen.'isor of the Section IV-D Unit of the Department 
where most of Petitioner's work was performed. No objection to this proposed change was made by any 
members of the Executive Committee. 

6. The change proposed by Coats with regard to Petitioner only involved a change in Petitioner's supervisor. 



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It was not a demotion and did not involve a change in Petitioner's position, classification, salary, benefits, 
or work responsibilities. At the time the change was made, the change also did not involve any physical 
relocation of Petitioner with the Department. 

' 7. Under the changed supervision arrangement. Coats, as Acting Director, would retain supervision of the entire 

Department. Such supervision would include supervision of all Department Heads and other supervisory 
staff within the Department, including Ms. Linda Byrd, the person who would assume supervisory 
responsibilities for Petitioner. 

8. Coats intended to implement the proposed change immediately. 

9. The change in supervision with regard to Petitioner was to provide for greater supervision of 
Petitioner's work. The change was not intended or calculated to get rid of Petitioner as a Department 
employee. 

10. Prior to the change proposed by Coats, Petitioner and Ms. Linda Byrd had had some problems relating 
to one another. These problems preceded Coats' service as Acting Director. Coats had no direct knowledge 
about these problems and they were not a consideration in his decision to change Petitioner's supervision. 

H. At or around 9:00 a.m. on July 2, 1996, Coats called Petitioner to Coats' office in the Department and 

informed Petitioner of Coats' decision to change Petitioner's supervisor. Only Coats and Petitioner were 
present in Coats' office at the time this information was presented by Coats to Petitioner. In response to the 
information shared by Coats, Petitioner asked Coats if the change would result in Petitioner being supervised 
by Ms. Linda Byrd. When Coats answered affirmatively. Petitioner stated, "I'll never take supervision from 
that woman [referring to Ms. Linda Byrd]. She is crazy. I'll quit and go clean out my office right now." 
Petitioner then abruptly left Coats' office. Petitioner's statement and conduct was a resignation from 
employment. Coats considered Petitioner's statement and conduct to be a resignation from employment. 

12. The Onslow County Personnel Policy - 1996 specifies, in Article VII, Section 2, that a minimum of two (2) 
weeks written notice is expected of all resigning employees and that such notice is to be given to the 
Department Head (or in the case of Department Heads to the Coimty Manager). These resignation provisions 
are not the only means whereby resignation can be accomplished. The provisions did not preclude Petitioner 
or any other Department employee from resigning from employment, based on the employee's words and 
conduct, and without any prior notice. 

13. After Petitioner left Coats' office. Coats prepared a letter accepting Petitioner's resignation from employment 
' with the Department. Coats placed the letter in a sealed envelope and had Mr. Wayne Davey, another 

member of the Department administrative staff, deliver the letter to Petitioner. Davey placed the sealed 
envelope on Petitioner's desk in Petitioner's office in the Department. 

' 14. Coats also attempted to deliver the letter accepting Petitioner's resignation by trying to hand deliver a copy 

i to Petitioner in person later in the day on July 2, 1996. Coats also sent a copy of the letter to Petitioner by 

^ certified mail, return receipt requested. 

15. Petitioner never indicated to Coats at any later point in time that Petitioner would agree to accept the changed 

\ supervision arrangement Coats was implementing. 

f 16. Following Petitioner's resignation, the change in supervision which Coats had implemented was applied to 

i Petitioner's successor and the change is still in effect within the Department. 

J, 17. Petitioner received compensation and benefits from the Department through and including July 2, 1996. 

'■ CONCLUSIONS OF LAW 

I Based on the aforesaid Finding of Fact, the Court hereby concludes, as a matter of law, as follows: 

1 . This Court has jurisdiction over the subject matter of this action and the parties hereto. 



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2. On July 2, 1996, Petitioner, Andrew Kent Wigmore, by his words and conduct, voluntarily tendered a 
resignation from Petitioner's employment as an Attorney I with the Onslow County Department of Social 
Services. Such resignation occurred after Petitioner was informed about an organizational change which 
Department Acting Director Coats was making within the Department whereby Petitioner's supervisor would 
change from Coats, as Acting Director, to Ms. Linda Byrd, supervisor of the Section IV-D Unit within the 
Department. The change was being implemented immediately. The change involved only a change in 
Petitioner's supervisor. The change was not a demotion and did not involve any change in Petitioner's 
position, classification, salary, benefits, work responsibilities or physical relocation within the Department. 
The change was being made to allow for better supervision of Petitioner and was not intended or calculated 
to get rid of Petitioner as a Department employee. Under the changed supervision arrangement. Coats, as 
Acting Director, would retain supervision of the entire Department including supervision of Ms. Linda Byrd, 
the person who would assume responsibility for supervising Petitioner. 

3. Petitioner resigned from Petitioner's employment with the Onslow County Department of Social Services 
at or about 9;00 a.m on July 2, 1996 during a conference between Petitioner and Coats. The conference 
occurred in Coats' office in the Department. When Coats informed Petitioner about the change in 
supervision Coats was implementing, Petitioner told Coats that "I will never take supervision from that 
woman [referring to Ms. Linda Byrd]. She is crazy. I will quit and clean out my desk right now." After 
making these statements. Petitioner abruptly departed from Coats' office. Coats considered and determined 
to treat Petitioner's words and conduct were a resignation from employment. 

4. After making the statement and engaging in the conduct. Petitioner never indicated to Coats at any later point 
in time that Petitioner would agree to accept the changed supervision arrangement Coats was implementing 
with regard to Petitioner's position in the Department. 

5. On July 2, 1996, Coats' accepted Petitioner's resignation from employment. 

6. The resignation provision set forth in Article VII, Section 2 of the Onslow County Personnel Policy - 1996, 
which specify that a minimum of two (2) weeks written notice is expected of all resigning employees, are 
not the only means whereby an employee can resign from his employment with the County. These 
provisions do not give and are not intended to give an employee a 2-week period within which to change the 
employee's mind. Nor do these provisions require a 2-week period to expire before a resignation can be 
accepted. Such provisions do not preclude an employee from resigning from his or her employment, based 
on the employee's words and conduct, and without any prior notice. 

7. Petitioner failed to present any evidence at the trial of this matter which would give rise to a finding by the 
Court that Petitioner was demoted, discharged, or otherwise adversely or improperly treated with regard to 
the matters at issue in this case. 

8. Petitioner voluntarily resigned from Petitioners's employment with the Onslow County Department of Social 
Services, which resignation was accepted, and is, therefore, not entitled to any relief, as a matter of law in 
this case. 

ORDER 

IT IS HEREBY PROPOSED that the Personnel Commission enter the following ORDER: 

1. It is hereby ORDERED that Petitioner Andrew Kent Wignore be deemed to have voluntarily resigned, as 
a matter of law, from Petitioner's employment as an Attorney I with the Onslow County Department of 
Social Services on July 2, 1996. 

2. That Petitioner has received all compensation and other benefits to which he was entitled in connection with 
his former employment with the Onslow County Department of Social Services. 

3. That judgment be rendered in favor of Respondent Onslow County Department of Social Services. 



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4. That each party bear its own expenses and costs, including attorneys' fees, with regard to this action. 

RESPECTFULLY submitted this the 8" day of April, 1997. 



Honorable Gary E. Trawick 
Administrative Law Judge 



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SORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM 



1 he North Carolina Administrative Code (NCAC) has four major subdivisions of ndes. Two of these, 
titles and chapters, are mandatory. The major subdivision of the NCAC is the title. Each major 
department in the North Carolina executive branch of government has been assigned a title number. 
Titles are fiirther broken down into chapters which shall be numerical in order. Tlie other Mfo, 
subchapters and sections are optional subdivisions to be used by agencies when appropriate. 



TITLE/MAJOR DIVISIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA ADMINTSTRATHT CODE 
TITLE DEPARTMENT LICENSING BOARDS CHAPTER 



1 


Administraiion 


Acupuncnire 


1 


-> 


Agriculture 


.•\rchitecmre 


-1 


3 


Auditor 


.Auctioneers 


4 


4 


Commerce 


Barber E.xaminers 


6 


5 


Correction 


Certified Public Accountant E.xaminers 


8 


6 


Council of State 


Chiropractic E.xaminers 


10 


7 


Cultural Resources 


General Contractors 


12 


8 


Elections 


Cosmetic .'^rt Examiners 


14 


9 


Governor 


Dental E.xaminers 


16 


10 


Human Resources 


Dietetics 'Nutrition 


17 


11 


Insurance 


Electrical Contractors 


18 


12 


Justice 


Electrolysis 


19 


13 


Labor 


Foresters 


20 


14A 


Crime Control & Public Safet>' 


Geologists 


21 


15A 


Environment. Health, and Natural 


Hearing .Aid Dealers and Fitters 


22 




Resources 


Landscape .Architects 


26 


16 


Public Education 


Landscape Contractors 


28 


17 


Revenue 


Marital and Family Therapy 


31 


18 


Secretan. of State 


Medical E.xaminers 


32 


19A 


Transportation 


Midwifery Joint Committee 


33 


20 


Treasurer 


Mortuary Science 


34 


*21 


Occupational Licensing Boards 


Nursing 


36 


-»-) 


Administrative Procedures 


Nursing Home Administrators 


37 


23 


Communitv' Colleges 


Occupational Therapists 


38 


24 


Independent .Agencies 


Opticians 


40 


25 


State Personnel 


Optometry 


42 


26 


.Administrative Hearings 


Osteopathic Examination & Reg. (Repealed) 


44 


27 


NC State Bar 


Pastoral Counselors. Fee-Based Practicing 


45 






Pharmacy 


46 






Phssical Therapy E.xaminers 


48 






Plumbing. Heating & Fire Sprinkler Contractors 


50 






Pediatry Examiners 


52 






Professional Counselors 


53 






Practicing Psychologists 


54 






Professional Engineers & Land Surveyors 


56 






Real Estate Appraisal Board 


57 






Real Estate Commission 


58 






Refrigeration E.xaminers 


60 






Sanitarian E.xaminers 


62 






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68 






Therapeutic Recreation Certification 


65 






Veterinan Medical Board 


66 



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ANNUAL 


DESCRIPTION 


CODE 


subscriphon price 


1 Tide 1 - Dept. of Administrarion - Complete Title 


201 00 001 


$90.00 


' Division of Purchase & Contract 


201 10 051 


$30.00 


Federal Block Grant Funds 


201 10 331 


$25.00 


Title 2 - Dept. of Agriculture - Complete Title 


202 00 001 


$140.00 


Food & Drug Protection Division 


202 15 091 


$35.00 


Structural Pest Control Committee 


202 15 341 


$30.00 


Agricultural Markets 


202 15 431 


$30.00 


Plant Industry 


202 15 481 


$30.00 


Animal Industry 


202 15 521 


$30.00 


Title 3 - Dept. of State Auditor - Complete Title 


203 00001 


$25.00 


Title 4 - Dept. of Commerce - Complete Title 


204 00001 


$125.00 


Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 


204 15 021 


$45.00 


Banking Commission 


204 15 031 


$45.00 


Credit Union Division 


204 15 061 


$25.00 


Savings & Loan Division 


204 15 091 


$25.00 


Industrial Commission/Workers Compensation 


204 15 101 


$30.00 


Savings Institutions Division 


204 15 161 


$35.00 


Title 5 - Dept. of Corrections - Complete Title 


205 00 001 


$70.00 


Division of Prisons 


205 15 021 


$35.00 


Title 6 - Council of State - Complete Title 


206 00001 


$30.00 


Title 7 - Dept. of Cultural Resources - Complete Title 


207 00 001 


$60.00 


Title 8 - Stale Board of Elections - Complete Tide 


208 00 001 


$30.00 


Title 9 - Offices of the Governor & Lt. Governor - Complete Title 


20900 001 


$45.00 


Tide 10 - Dept. of Human Resources - Complete Tide 


21000 001 


$470.00 


Licensing of Health Facilities 


210 20 101 


$95.00 


Detention Facilities 


210 20 201 


$40.00 


Mental Health & Rehabilitation Services 


210 20 301 


$110.00 


Social Services 


210 20 401 


$185.00 


Children Services/Day Care 


210 20411 


$55.00 


Services for the Aging 


210 20 421 


$45.00 


Services for the Blind 


210 20 431 


$40.00 


Services for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing 


210 20 441 


$25.00 


Employment Opportunities 


210 20 451 


$45.00 


Tide 1 1 - Dept. of Insurance - Complete Tide 


21100 001 


$90.00 


Insurance 


211 10011 


$80.00 


Consumer Services 


211 10041 


$30.00 


Fire & Rescue Services 


211 10051 


$25.00 


Agent Services 


211 10061 


$35.00 


Engineering & Building Codes 


211 10081 


$30.00 


Tide 12 - Dept. of Justice - Complete Tide 


21200 001 


$90.00 


Private Protective Services 


212 10071 


$30.00 


Police & Sheriff's Education & Training Standards 


212 10091 


$40.00 


NC Alarm Systems Licensing Board 


212 10 111 


$30.00 


Tide 1 3 - Dept. of Labor - Complete Tide 


21300 001 


$110.00 


Mine & Quarry Safety 


213 15061 


$25.00 


General Safety/OSHA 


213 20 001 


$70.00 


Wage & Hour Rules 


213 15 121 


$25.00 


Boiler & Pressure Vessel Safety 


213 15 131 


$25.00 


Apprenticeship & Training 


213 15 141 


$25.00 


Elevator & Amusement Device Safety 


213 15 151 


$25.00 


Tide 14A - Dept. of Crime Control & Public Safety - Complete Tide 


214 00 001 


$45.00 


Alcohol Law Enforcement 


214 00 081 


$25.00 


Victims Compensation Fund 


21400 111 


$25.00 


Tide 1 5A - Dept. of Environ., Healdi, & Nat. Resources - Complete Tide 


21500 001 


$395.00 


1 Environmental Management 


215 15 001 


$165.00 


Air Quality 


215 15 101 


$90.00 


Water Quality 


215 15201 


$85.00 


Land & Waste Management 


215 15301 


$85.00 


Solid Waste Management 


215 15311 


$50.00 



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Underground Storage Tanks 

Coastal Management, Fishing Si Boating 

Environmental Health 

Radiation/Nuclear Waste 

Sanitation 

Pubhc Health 

Intoxihzer & Breathalizer 

TrHe 16 - Dept. of Public Instruction - Complete Title 

Elementary & Secondary Education 

Title 1 7 - Department of Revenue - Complete Title 

Taxes on Individuals 
Taxes on Busmess 
Sales & Use Tax Division 
Motor Fuels Tax Division 

Title 1 8 - Secretary of State - CompleteTitle 

Securities Division 

Title 1 9A - Dept. of Transportation - Complete Title 

Division of Highways 
Division of Motor Vehicles 

Title 20 - Dept. of tfie State Treasurer - Complete Title 

Title 21 - Occupational Licensing Boards - Complete Title 

Title 22 - Administrative Procedures ■ Repealed 

Title 23 ■ Community Colleges ■ Complete Title 

Title 24 ■ Independent Agencies ■ Complete Title 

Title 25 - Office of State Personnel • CompleteTitle 

Title 26 - Office of Administrative Hearings - Complete Title 

Title 27 - Nortti Carolina State Bar - Complete Title 

Nortti Carolina Administrative Code - Complete Code 

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CD-ROM North Carolina Administrative Code 

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